About Me: Female, 42, Savannah, GA, member since Dec 2011
I am 36 yrs old. I was born and lived my whole life in GA. I have no kids, except my fur babies, two poodles. Im not married, but am in a relationship with a very sweet man. I was recently diagnosed with connective tissue inflammatory disease. Just started taking med
[More]icine, Plaquenil, to treat my symptoms. I am trying to stay positive, but it is a real challenge.
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