Interests: Hey there! I am a married, mother of three wonderful sons. I am an illness-forced retired landscaper, so I love the outdoors and plant life. My calling in life is the Shetland Sheepdog (Sheltie).
[More] I lived a fairly 'normal' life until 2003, when I became ill after a pregnancy and diabetic coma, when I became a type 1 diabetic with autoimmune issues which led to probable MS.
Jazzy...thinking of you today!!!! The BIG day!!!!! Hope it all goes well. I am sooo anxious to hear how it goes, so when you feel up to it, please do tell. My thoughts and prayers go with you today...((((HUGS)))) Wanna
((((BIG HUG)))) for today. Hope you feel okay afterward. If you are able, let me know how you are doing. If not, go to bed! Good wishes and long prayers go with you tomorrow as well. I am pinning all my hopes for you on tomorrow!!!! It will be a good day...then maybe the two of us can go out dancing together! Love, Hugs, and Prayers...Wanna
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