About Me: Female, 44, Frankfort, NY, member since Sep 2010
I am 40 years old and live in upstate NY. I have been married for 6 years to my hubby Bruce. I have 2 children, my 8 yr. old son Vinny , and my 5 yr. old daughter Samantha. I have three little dogs, mocha, cappucccino and snuggles, and a cat named shadow.
[More] My life has been an uphill battle but no matter what, I am a fighter. Sometimes I am weak, but I will never let anything get in the way of my children.
. I always say, "it could be worse", even when it is really bad! I always try to stay positive, even through the tears, My kids are my life and I will get through anything for them.
Hi Pam! I was wondering if you had any insight on this which Wobbly, you may remember does have MS but experiencing this...HOpe you are well! Miss you! Here is the link:http://www.medhelp.org/posts/Multiple-Sclerosis/Exophobia-vision-anyone/show/1978884
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