"Reed- I did accept you as a friend, I guess it didn't go thru. Of course, I want to be your friend. We are all settled in our new place and like it very much. Zorro, our cat, has adjusted quite well. (We had to return Maggie before we moved b/c…"
Reed- I did accept you as a friend, I guess it didn't go thru. Of course, I want to be your friend. We are all settled in our new place and like it very much. Zorro, our cat, has adjusted quite well. (We had to return Maggie before we moved b/c she attacked Zorro for no apparent reason.) We felt it would not work with the 2 cats in the apt. She is back at the "no-kill" rescue where we adopted them from. My D has been stable with BG ranging in the normal zone. My PD has progressed and is my bigger problem. I hope you have re-learned to walk successfully. No more falls !!!! I will try to check in more frequently, but it is not b/c I don't think about you. Take care of yourself. Cat
Hi Reed hope things are good with you these days. I have been following your progress and have been amazed at the recovery you have made with your hip. Sadly I have been having some bad times also. Had a massive flare with the Polymyalgia and had to triple my dose of steroids! I am recovering slowly but seem to have picked up another few health problems along the way! Hopefully things will improve over the coming months. In the meantime it's good to see you back. Take good care. Tricia xx
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