"can’t do everything but she can do some things and she does not intend to let the things she cannot do get in the way of the things she can -- moving forward in memory of her courageous sister" ~(twopack) Mary Stephens
I´m fine these days, but yesterday I heard from my USA neuro that I have a diagnoses. But he is left to explain that to my Icelandic doctors, hope that will be cleared up :) I wrote a post about in the forum, so please read and tell me what you think.
Just a quick note to say hi!
Payton is my favorite player,,, even when he beat the Bears in the Superbowl.,, it would be great if he could win the Super Bowl and then retire on top..
I will have football withdrawal in few weeks
You deserve a big bear hug! was thinkin' about you today, and thought I would check in here. Glad I did. Hope you are doing well. Are you still off all your drugs? and if so, how are you doing? You look fabulous !!
love and hugs,
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