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odettesmom
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Date Joined Aug 2004
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   Posted 2/10/2010 7:40 AM (GMT -6)   
yes, it is winter, but northeast hit again with snow. question is: does anyone out there feel changing weather in their ms limbs? i even predicted a storm when none was forecast. even with meds, toes on ms leg/foot try to climb over each other and the scraping veggie peeler feeling hits my ms thigh regularly. car gets around fine, but i don't. also, what do you do about someone w/o handicapped tag or plates parked in a handicapped spot? w/weather the way it is, this is particularly nasty.   linda

Beau2006
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Date Joined Apr 2006
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   Posted 2/10/2010 11:00 AM (GMT -6)   
Hi there, can't say as I have the ability to forecast weather - and my symptoms do not change when the weather changes, unless it is a heat wave and I get too warm.
 
about the annoying people who park in restricted handicapped areas - I report them.....if it is in a mall, I go to mall security, and here at some Alberta Canada malls, the security people can actually write tickets..and tow, if they find a vehicle in one of the spots without a window permit....
 
Gary
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