About Me: Female, 50, Portland, OR, member since Jan 2008
I love to cook and bake when I have the energy, and love trying new ethnic recipes. I prefer vegetarian, because they use the healthiest ingredients, and my job is staying as healthy as possible. I've been on disability since 1996 for multiple issues (I've had 5 knee
[More] surgeries, two shoulder surgeries, many injections in various parts, including prolotherapy in my SI joint.
I love reading, and learning new things. I love it when the new things I learn stay in files I can access!
I have a 15 yr.old 16 lb. 3-legged cat with hyperthyroidism, inflammatory bowel disease, and itching from his medication so he pulls out tufts of his long white fur. He's been my baby since the day he was born.
Is it really you! Nice to see you!!!!!! I'm glad you are doing well :) And, congrats on your weight loss. Thinking of you, and was nice to see you pop in on that discussion. Wanted to say hello and send you a cyber hug! -shell
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