About Me: Female, 56, Kingston, Other, member since Mar 2014
I live in the woods in a house I built 26 years ago to raise my 2 wonderful kids in as a single mom. I was a workaholic all my life until; I was in a severe MVA leaving me paralyzed, I am fortunate along with very stubborn, determined with perseverance to have recovered
[More] & am walking, running etc. Unfortunately retired which was rough as I am hyper. Discovered 2 years ago my shy hard working son is paranoid schizophrenic he now lives with me takes his medication daily I am his sole care taker, I could always use advice in that area. I have 2 dogs a 7 month pup & a 16 year old senior loving dog that is not doing well. I live in Canada it has been a very long harsh cold winter would love to move my son south? I do believe in miracles as I am still here as well as thinking positive. It does break my heart daily to see my son ill. I am new to this site. Thank You :)
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