I was married for 30 yrs, I lost my husband to colorectal cancer in 2006, I have 3 grown sons, no grandchildren as of yet. I stay pretty busy in my yard, I love to garden and have a fair size one that I tend to. I'm active, but not overly, I ride motorcycles, 4 whee
[More]lers, seadoos, bikes. nothing to strenous. I enjoy my time with friends and family.
"My fingernails are showing a discoloration ONLY on the ring finger of both hands. It looks like smokers nails (I don't smoke) or like I wore polish to long (I only wear on special occasions).
The base of the nail is normal, but about 1/..."
Just a quick note to say hi! I'm so glad your better. That flu stuff is going around . Get some rest and take good care of yourself, rest nutrition and be around positive folks!
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