Check your e-mail! Gee whiz, you're a slippey person to pin down lately. lol...
Remember, in marriage, always learn to pick your battles. Some just aren't worth winning. Talk to you soon, mabe I guess,......we are in the same time zone right? lol..I'm teasin'.. I know your busy. Be good Alison. Bob
Hi Alison, it's good to hear from you. I haven't been posting as often as I should or swore I would but things have been getting so busy in my life that I've been neglectful in coming here. I'm glad you're doing well and are happy. Thanks for the hug. I'm super excited about hitting the 100 day mark. That's a record for me.
Our grand-daughter has been spending the last several weekends with us and that leaves me no time to sit and read the medhelp forum like I have been. I do miss our many conversations we had over the holidays. Your friendship has been invaluable to me. Let's make a pact to stay in touch, okay? Talk to you soon, Bob
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