About Me: Female, 68, Paden City, WV, member since Jan 2008
I am a mom of 4 adult kids; I have two wonderful granddaughters, ages 13 and 7. I've had lots of twist and turns in my career path, but am now disabled, as a result of fibromyalgia/CFS/ peripheral neuropathy (resulting from long-term pernicious anemia.) I think I am
[More] doing OK, despite the pain, fatigue, fog, etc. I mostly keep a positive attitude.
I enjoy my dogs, genealogy, family, walking, flowers, and friends. I enjoy being on the back of a motorcycle: I really forget my pain for a little while :)
Just a quick note to say hi! I also have fibromyalgia and long term nerve damage from B-12 deficiency. Thought I would write you a note and see if you wanted to communicate. I am 60 years old, disabled veteran, and also have low thyroid, etc. But love crafts, animals (have large 24 pound cat---Boots), and live alone. I have two sons, six grandchildren ranging in age from 3-20 and one great-grandson who is six months old. hope to hear, Lynda
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