About Me: Female, 67, Nashville, TN, member since Apr 2010
I am a 60 year old mother of two and 3 grandchildren. They live in another state so I don't get to see them much. I have been living with my 82 year old mother for 18 years now. She has Dementia, I use to take care of her but now I can't because of my own health prob
[More]lems. My interests are vast. I always seek more knowledge of varied subjects. I am a Christian woman. I love my Lord. I am also a collector of many items. I love Interior Decorating. Non fiction books. I love Art of any kind. I am now taking online Bible classes. I am known as "The Lady with a Thousand Bedspreads"......LOL.
"I have involuntary twisting of my tongue. They say it was caused from taking Reglan used for nausea. So far they say there is no cure. It is so serious that it throws my balance off, and I fall down. Have been in the bed now for almo..."
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