About Me: Female, Cookeville, TN, member since Jul 2009
I'm 43. I had Supraventricular tachycardia most of my life until I had heart ablation surgery in 2009 to fix it. I also had bariatric surgery in 2009 to help me get the weight off. The type of surgery I had was the duodenal switch and I successfully lost 120 lbs and sti
[More]ll stick to my diet and exercise program. In Aug 2011 I had to have my gallbladder removed due to the rapid weight loss. I've been in generally good health since then other than a few minor things.
I'm a single (dating) parent with two grown children and one young one left at home. He is almost 7 years old and has autism. I'm always eager to learn more about his condition and ways to help him succeed in life. He's a wonderful little boy and a blessing from God. We love to play together, go fishing, listen to music, go for walks, and many more things.
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