About Me: Female, 59, Tampa, FL, member since Jun 2008
I have been very ill for a number of years, then I found the reason why! Decrum's Disease. I am pretty much house bound because of an enlarged liver and spleen. I spend most of my days surfing the web. It is very hard for me to type very much so, I rely on sites that I
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When I use to work, I was a parenting teacher, a visitation specialist, a events manager, an advocate for children in need, a proponent for bicycle safety helmet safety law, activist for the rights of children, I resided on a few Pediatric boards over the years as well as City Boards and children's health boards.
I volunteered for over 15 years of my time to people in need. In many capacities.
I am now house bound and barely move at all.
I love to help people and if I ever get well again... that's what I will do again!
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