Linda, I'm not usually on this forum but I have followed your story since before you had your surgery. I just have to tell you that I think you are an amazing woman and quite an inspiration to all! You never have given up and look at how you are enjoying life! You probably couldn't have imagined that just a few short months ago. You've had many obstacles in your life but you have figured out ways around them. I'm so glad you are sharing all of this and I'm so very happy for you. The human spirit is amazing.
By the way, next time you go to a friends home, maybe take along a timer. I have a timer that I can clip to my clothes that vibrates, since I'm hearing impaired and can't hear a timer. It also makes a noise and flashes lights. You could set it before you left home to make sure you were home before dark. You wouldn't have to hold it but it would remind you that it's getting dark. I know time flies when you are visiting.
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