About Me: Female, 56, Trinity, AL, member since Feb 2008
I am wife to a great man, a mother to 3 wonderful young men and the grandmother to 3 of the most amazing grandsons. We are expecting our 4th grandson on April 3rd! I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia several years ago, and have tried to suffer through it without medicat
[More]ion. I have taken Lyrica, Provigil, Effexor, Flexiril, nerve pills, vitamin D, Topamax . . . all at different times of course. Nothing has worked really great for me. The side effects are worse sometimes than the condition itself. I've never been one to take medication, but I'm thinking I will have to start it all again soon! I love camping with my family, sewing, cross-stitching, videography, photography, and traveling with my best friend! I must say too that my 21 yr old son has a black Yorkie with the classic brown markings on his face. He is adorable! I have been very blessed in my life and love living! It's just that it is hard sometimes to live!!!
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