About Me: Female, 43, Peoria, AZ, member since Nov 2011
I am a 41 year old Detective with a wonderful life and the most amazing partner. I like to think I am just like my mother, who happens to be my hero. She passed away May 28, 2010 of ALS (Lou Gehrigs Disease). I was diagnosed with CM1 last year, along with syringomyelia,
[More] numerous Tarlov Cysts on my spine and fibromyalgia. I am very symptomatic and seeking support from others with the same.
Thank you so much for your welcome. I am doing my best to 'do well' today. I had an episode of panic today as I began to feel sick - nauseous and heated - but I got through it. I'm not fully understanding what is going on with me (medically and emotionally) - but I've decided to smile through it all. I hope you're doing well too.
Just a quick note to say hi! Oh I know....dark chocolate is the best and it is good for u too...lol..My DH made some for me a few yrs ago for Valentines....hope he has a mind to make them this yr too....u got me hungry for them...
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