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Life is far too important to be taken seriously. –Oscar Wilde, 1882
Hey Ginny! You have just described my biggest fear! I do like Marie's idea! Do you have a website? My brother started a buisness and when he finally got around to having a website, it started getting so much buisness. He homemade buisness cards with the website address and started handing them out, leaving them at different places, he even put one in those things at restuarants saying put your buisness card in and if we pull it out we will give you lunch for the office....well, his card got pulled! I know this doesnt help very much but I wanted to remind you...You are strong! There is no question about that.
21 years old...Systemic Lupus 11/07, lupus nephritis 01/09, raynoids 03/08, Carpal Tunnel 03/08
Ultram, Prednisone, Cell-Cept, Lisinopril, Imuran, Ambien, Flexeril, Darvocet, Ferrious Sulfade, Calcium, Vitamin B12, Chantex, Aspirin 81 mg, Vitamin C
Sometimes we feel our flame of life flickering and growing dim then someone acknowledges who we are and what we can be and rekindles our life with hope and love
Thank you so much for sharing your website. You are truly a very talented photographer, and I personally hope that you do not give that up--ever. Don't lose sight of the fact, also, that there is always hope that things will get better. My mother struggled with lupus for my entire life. She had periods like what you are describing, but she also had periods of remission where she felt quite normal and was able to take on a normal work load. Even when she was ill, though, she always continued to work to the extent that she could. She claimed that working is what kept her alive for so long. So keep doing what you can. I'm sure there is a remission for you somewhere in the future.