Hello Richard, thank you for adding me as a friend. I did not know about this website. But glad I found it, there is no such thing in the Netherlands where I live. I just finished reading your book, and I loved it..and it gives me hope for the future. How are you now? Kind regards, Peggy Sue
Hello Richard, thank you for the friendship! You are an inspiration. I see how long you have had D and how amazing your a1c's are today. I just started to read your book on here. Thank you for sharing!
Greetings Richard.... I read on Kathy's page that your wife was unwell following a tic bite....is she better now?? Those have a way of escalating into something serious rather quickly at times.
All the best....linda
Hi Richard. How are you doing? No snow here in Minnesota and people are whining for want of a "white Christmas".
Temp in the high 30's. Lovely.
Was Anita's treatment for lyme disease successful? A few years ago I had a friend who went undiagnosed and ended up in the wheelchair. After she was properly treated, it took over a year of rehab for her to get back on her feet. She is fine now.
Here's wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Hi there, I knew I had to meet you after I read your "Ode" last night about the leftovers. That really got me laughing because we were all just getting ready to break them out again when I read your post.Falls Chuch is a great city. I work right by Falls Church in Annandale. That is a very nice town. Living here is fun. I have been to Roanoke as well. Nice to meet you Richard. Lots.
Richard, of course you may read my blog. Thank you for the nice compliments. I don't know what I'd do without my online friends.
Kelly Booth said she knows you. I do also. She is one well-informed and knowledgeable lady.
BTW, your grandkids are adorable.
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