Hello! How are you today? Has your food poisoning symptoms subsided? I hope so. I hope you are doing much better today. Just wanted to let you know I was thinking of you. Take care.
Found other posts for you on another post. Copied and pasted them here for you:
SerafenaCo-Moderator, Bipolar Forum
Please keep us updated on how you are feeling and how things are going with you.
A slip of the foot you may soon recover,
but a slip of the tongue you may never get over.
Oh my goodness....I hope you are writing your memoirs, because you would sell a milllion copies. I am so sorry you are going through all of this, but I can see a movie in your future. You certainly seem to be handling this with grace and humor. I love the image of all of your family members in your home finding comfort in each other during the fires. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I think of you every time I watch Fox News. (Yes...I watch Fox News).
While you are enduring your legal woes, I too have had my run in with the law. A few days before I went to Laurelwood, a cop pulled me over for speeding (72 in a 60) and I got a ticket. Mind you...it is in the same city (Euclid) that I drive through twice a day EVERY DAY from home to work and where I saw the horrific accident. My anxiety level increases 300% ever since the accident when I drive by the scene. There are memorials and you can still see all of the fire residue and there is a huge american flag. I was in the hospital when the court date and pay-by-date expired, so they issued a warrant for my arrest. ON THE WAY HOME FROM THE HOSPITAL....WITH THE BRACELET STILL ON MY WRIST....a state trooper pullled me over (in Euclid again) and gave me another ticket. Obviously, the don't communicate very well, b/c he had no clue about the warrant. Anyway....I had to write a letter to the judge pleading my case, explaining my situation, blah, blah, blah....$300 later....there is no longer a warrant out for my arrest and I have paid for both speeding tickets.
I was dumbfounded by the lack of compassion and common sense regarding the human condition. I am sorry to were in such physical pain and had to endure such ignorance, too.