Would you like to take some time here and tell us a bit about your mom, her MS, and anything else that might help us to put a face to your request?
You're the first person in my 3 years here who has suggested Skype. The problem with doing this is it eliminates everyone else from the conversation. By holding our talks here in the public forum, everyone benefits from the shared experiences.
I do like skype and use it to talk to my granddaughters. I can see it being beneficial - many people here develop a more personal relationship and do talk by telephone. Skyping would just be an extension of that form of communication.
Hello, I wouldn't mind being part of a support network or a few people I could call upon on my bad (or less mobile) days where I have to stay in and where I feel rather isolated and just a bit of conversation and human contact might help.
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