"Hi AmyBaby 123,
Thanks so much for sharing that it is interesting, I hope you get done answers too.
I had 2 SS the day before the seizure, 1 on the morning itself and 4 the day after but none since.
I am VERY pleased to say my do..."
"Thanks so much for the sympathy, it was scary for everyone there including my OH. I was totally unaware until I was in the ambulance and even then I was drifting in and out. So yes the search begins, either MS, Migraine and Epilepsy are..."
You're in my thoughts all the time, but especially today. Fantastic photos ! I love your status and totally agree!
Always in my thoughts. we need a long PM to catch up. These notes are too short.
Will catch up with you soon!
Those pictures are Gorgeous! And, it's so nice to see "YOU" Big hugs lady, it's just so nice to have your friendship, and seeing you there - well, just fabulous :) Hope your days post adventure have been good to you.xooxo - shell
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