Just wanted to see how it is going with the weight loss. I think I am going to have to get off the Lyrica to show any good results here.
Just was thinking about you, Sorry that you had a strange issue last night. I am glad you woke up fine.
OK, I'll check the batteries. Actually this is my roommate's computer, so I'll leave that to her, since I don't know where they are, lol. At least it's letting me type for a few minutes! I better get off the computer; my bottom doesn't like to be planted in one place too long!
Oh, way cool, I'll go check out the PINS site; I could use some good info.! I've been having trouble with my keyboard; it stopped working. I tried everything I could think of, and was about to give up and sign off, and it started working again. It's a wireless; may have to go back to the old one. I've been having a heck of a time typing. It gets stuck. Anyway, I'm glad the site was helpful to you, glad to add you to my friend list, and will be seeing you around (the forum)!
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