Just a quick note to say hi! I haven't had a computer for about 6 or 7 weeks. I was hoping you'd still be here. I' ve been not so good lateley, missing alot of, or most meetings, because of the severe pain in shoulders, back, neck. After sitting at work all day at a computer, my pain meds aren't even working much anymore. It's very difficult because I need to be at the Kingdom Hall, and I'm in a position where I HAVE to work, and I can't do both it seems. My boys need me to be at the meetings!! Any suggestions? I just don't know what to do anymore. People don't get how drastic the pain is.
You know, what you were saying about high acidity. My bosses wife was saying today that I should talk to a pharmacist that runs an article in the newspaper I work for. He feels an acidic system can create issues like fibro. I've been told by 3 docs that I have a highly acidic system.
BTW, the pics on my profile are of my family at our Circuit assembley in Lansing, MI in November.
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