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stkitt
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   Posted 10/30/2010 6:54 PM (GMT -6)   

Link to Part 2 of 3

 
Welcome to Part 3  :-)


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   Posted 10/30/2010 6:55 PM (GMT -6)   
 Posted 10/25/2010 8:07 PM (GMT -6)  by dencha:
 
Janice♥,
Your help and support have been so appreciated. Knowing that there is a skilled surgeon at CC provides me with a definite option should my local surgeon prove an unacceptable option. Believe me, I know full well the importance of having the best possible surgical care. Having your support and advice is so comforting to me. Thank you for taking the time and effort to provide me with suggestions and information. It makes CC a real option for me. Without your firsthand experience, I'm not sure I'd have had the courage to consider a trip to Cleveland. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

As far as retirement--if you prepare yourself, and are ready for it, you will really appreciate the flexibility and time it affords you. When you need a trip to the doctor, you don't have to schedule it with your job in mind. You can relax in the evening knowing you don't have to get up at the crack of dawn for work the next day. You don't have the stress of work responsibilities on your mind constantly.

A dear friend of mine gave me a great book as a gift. It's called, "How to Retire Happy, Wild, and Free", by Ernie J. Zeliniski. It's definitely worth a read.

I retired from teaching in June. I loved my job, and didn't retire because I was burned out. I was just getting too tired to continue at the intensity I required of myself. I had very high standards, and it was just getting harder and harder to live up to them. I still enjoy teaching without the responsibilities, as I volunteer in my son's third grade class a day a week, and tutor a young learner.

Retirement requires preparation. You've got to practice for it--get your mind and body ready and willing!

Thanks, Bill and Kitt for your advice and support as well!
Janice, best wishes with your medical challenges. I'll be thinking of you.
Denise
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stkitt
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   Posted 10/30/2010 6:57 PM (GMT -6)   
Posted 10/26/2010 11:03 PM (GMT -6)   by pandacrazy:
 
Hi all I have been busy organizing the house and scrapbook room. And we are trying to decide what vehicle would be a good one to drive down to Indianapolis to pick up our granddaughter for Thanksgiving. We've had lots of fires too since it had been so nice. Well I am off to bed. talk to you all later. Barb

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   Posted 10/30/2010 6:58 PM (GMT -6)   
Posted 10/28/2010 6:05 PM (GMT -6) by LdyJane
 
Hi everyone. I spoke to the GI Secretary today (we've actually become friends over the many, many times!) I should have received a letter by now; Dr. Shay was not to happy to hear that I hadn't.
Unfortunately or maybe fortunately, these biopsies all proved negative. We're now on a path of exclusion and becoming more and more sure that it's immune system; some type of immuno-defiency. I see someone there in the spring.

I really like the Director of the headache clinic, having a different take on the migraine is nice; I was having up to 7 a day for the last 3,4 6 , 8 months, I don't remember; he started me on Lithium (yep, the same stuff for bi-polar or m-d)....it's working; it's working. I'm having maybe one or 2 significantly painful headaches a day, and I can deal with them (read..I don't feel like jumping off the building anymore).

I have the MRI on my left breast Monday; hopefully the findings from the CT won't be replicated in the MRI..but hey!

Biggest news, is that I have decided to retire in this "incentive" period (trust me, it's more of a disincentive if you stay). My last day is December 31st.

I'm thinking of all of you ♥
Janice

stkitt
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   Posted 10/30/2010 7:00 PM (GMT -6)   
  Posted 10/28/2010 6:10 PM (GMT -6)   by couchtater  
 
I'm glad the medicine is helping you.
Good luck on the MRI results.
Wow! Retirement... lovely thought... I've got 19 more years to go. :(
Joy

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   Posted 10/30/2010 7:01 PM (GMT -6)   
Posted 10/28/2010 8:32 PM (GMT -6)   by dencha
 
Hi Janice,
I'm glad to hear you have some control of those headaches. I do think headaches are one of the most debilitating conditions there are--you just can't get away from a headache. I'm sorry you have ANY, but you must feel amazing relief. I can't believe what you've been through with them.

I hope they find an answer to your immune system problems. You're obviously a puzzle, but it sounds like you've got some tremendous medical firepower looking for answers.

Good luck with your MRI Monday. I hope things go well there. Keep us posted.

Retiring December 31st! I personally love retirement. I loved teaching, but I also love the freedom that retirement offers. Not as much money, but lots more time, and that's worth more than money. Kitt is right, though. It requires that you prepare yourself, and have a positive take on the change in your job title. I'm still a teacher...Kitt is still a nurse. It's just that now we can enjoy so many more things without the stress of working every day. Considering reading the book I recommended. It's got a lot of wisdom in it!

Hang in there, Joy...unfortunately those years will go by far too quickly! Enjoy each and every one.

Take care, Janice.♥
Denise

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   Posted 10/30/2010 7:56 PM (GMT -6)   
Joy,  I am a bit jealous and realized I am old enough to be your big sister - giggle.  You are just a spring chick.  Enjoy !
 
Janice
 
Have you ever been on Topamax for the migraines ~ I have seen articles that this is a med that works for Migraines also.  Let us know how the Lithium works for you ? 
 
Retirement is so good when you feel good and I agreed to start on a medication that I have been afraid of but I finally bit the bullet and started it on Friday ~ I will give this med the chance to work as I have run out of options and I cannot stand the ups and downs.  I even tried to convice my Pdoc I was bipolar but I did  not even come close to fitting the criteria.  rolleyes I am always looking for the why ?
 
It is probably a placebo effect but I felt better today and spent the morning at coffee with my 3 sister-in-laws and the afternoon with my granddaughters and my daughter.  We went to lunch and then to the farm to pick out pumpkins and I felt good. turn I take the good whenever I can.
 
Wishing you the best with the MRI and know we are thinking of you.
 
Denise,  You are Joy are just super at responding to the members and it helps me so much as some days I am swamped with the forums.  A huge thank you from me and the members.
 
Barb,
 
How exciting your Thanksgiving is going to be - now don't over do it but enjoy your granddaughter.
 
Gentle Hugs,
 
Kitt

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   Posted 10/30/2010 9:30 PM (GMT -6)   
Kitt,
I'm happy to help out around here. You and others were here for me, and I intend to help others in the same way. I'm glad to hear that you had a good day, and hope it's the first of many more. I love the fall...the beauty of the trees, the crisp air, the clouds that are always changing...enjoy this lovely season! Of course, I love winter as well. I'm a snow lover, and adore the long evenings and excuses to have a fire in the fireplace. I'm trying to convince my husband to buy cross country skis. We haven't done it for years, but I know we wouldn't have trouble regaining our skills!

Barb,
Hope all is well...Thanksgiving is coming soon!
My daughter in law got pulled out of work. She's in the 37th week and has begun to have some high blood pressure. She's borderline, and they want her home and relaxing. She's going to the doc on Monday because they're keeping a close watch. Baby time is approaching! We're a little worried about the new complication (it's her first in a very positive pregnancy experience), but know that she's getting excellent care. Also, she's a PA, so can keep track of herself as well...in addition, her sister is an OR nurse, so she's also keeping a close watch. Everyone is excited about having a new little baby in the family. Wish us luck!

Hi Janice...hope you're doing well tonight.

Take care, All!
Hugs,
Denise

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   Posted 10/31/2010 8:13 PM (GMT -6)   
kitt, I'm 42. I don't feel like a spring chick sometimes. ;)
My sister is turning 50 in a couple of months and my oldest brother is already 50.

I'm sorry I've hadn't been on here for two days. I've been very busy! I spend all day Saturday getting my porch prep for Halloween and today setting it up again. It took nearly an hour taking it down and packing it up. I've still got to take apart the giant talking skeleton and box him up. My back is spasming from all of it so I've taken some pain med to relax it. I'll be back tomorrow fresh as a daisy.
Good night.
Joy

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   Posted 11/1/2010 3:34 PM (GMT -6)   
Ow! Ow! OW!
I'm in so much pain!
Today while walking across the playground I tripped over a little stick the size of my finger. I twisted my ankle and fell hard on my left side. My left shoulder's sprained, the back of my left arm is sprained, my back is hurting, and from the looks of it I busted a blood vessel on the back of my left knee. I've taken a Lortab, I'm resting in my chair, and I have my legs elevated with an ice pack under my left leg.
I'm just hoping I can work tomorrow with little pain. :((
Joy

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   Posted 11/1/2010 4:15 PM (GMT -6)   
Joy,  Ow is right.  I am sorry to hear you took a tumble so now I will admit that I fell off my chair at my daughter's open house she held for Halloween back on the 16th of October.  I banged up my hand, arm and ankle but it was minor compared to your injuries.
 
Would you believe the little gobblins stepped right over me as I was on the ground and helped themself to the candy I had in the big bowl ?  I almost got trampled to death.  Halloween can be scary and so can playgrounds. skull
 
Yup - I am old enough to be your Mom - chuckle or your Aunt ??
 
Denise,
I am sorry to hear your DIL's BP is running on the high side.  Do let us  know how she made out at the Drs. today? Our youngest grandchild just turned 7 and it seems like only yesterday we all went up to the hospital to meet Emma. 
 
I am glad to hear you like winter.  I don't mind snow and some cold but the icy roads and high winds in a blizzard are not my cup of tea. 
 
Barb,
 
Are you having a turkey for Thanksgiving cuz I will be down if you are.  I am so very, very glad to know you are going to have your granddaughter as you deserved happiness as well as she does.  Enjoy her.
 
Janice,  Thinking of you and let us hear from you when you have the time.
 
Bill,  Hope all is well and you are feeling OK.
 
Hugs to all my buddies and to everyone else here in the Forum.
 
Kitt

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   Posted 11/1/2010 4:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Kitt,
You'll love this.... when I fell, I was immediately surrounded by about 12 little kids asking, "what happened? Are you okay?"
about six of them helped me up off the ground and walked with me very worriedly to my chair.
I've got some very caring kids.(Tears in my eyes)
Joy

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   Posted 11/1/2010 6:35 PM (GMT -6)   
Joy,
I'll bet you scared the bejeebers out of them! When my allergies were horrible in the spring, I wore a mask outside, and they all thought I had H1N1! I got lots of looks and questions. I hope you feel better soon. You'll probably hurt more tomorrow...hope I'm wrong!

Barb,
Have a wonderful time with your granddaughter! Enjoy every moment. I thought of you the other day...I went into a local craft shop and found aisles and aisles of great scrapbooking supplies.
Hope all is well and you're healing and happy.

Kitt,
So far so good with my DIL. She still has high blood pressure, but has yet to show protein in her urine. She is one of those people who thrives on activity, so having her wings clipped isn't easy. I took over a big pot of homemade soup and banana bread tonight. I'm making everything with no added salt. Actually, the soup tasted just fine without salt...just shows it's unnecessary most of the time!
Of course, there is always a risk with high blood pressure, so everyone is a little worried--including her. She's a PA so has her own stethoscope and BP cuff. I'm sure she's keeping a close watch on herself. The OB sent her home again, and said she wants to see her on Friday. I guess it's just a waiting game. The due date is three weeks away, but my guess is that it'll come sooner. We shall see.

Hope everyone survived Halloween without falling over too many pumpkins! We had just 3 trick or treaters. I was hoping for more!
Take care,
Denise

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   Posted 11/2/2010 10:39 AM (GMT -6)   
 Posted Yesterday 11:00 PM (GMT -6) by Pandacrazy
 
Hi everyone. I spent 2.5 hours in the walk in clinic tonight. I'm having issues with my lungs. My doc couldn't see my today and so they sent me to the walk in. I'm coughing and coughed up blood today. I am now on steroids and the doc said to call back if I don't get better. The whole thing reminds me of how sick I was last year. Don't want a repeat of last year. Hope all had a good Halloween. Just the fact that I got talk to my grand daugher mad it the best day ever. She is just as excited to come about her visit for thanksgiving as we are. We actually will only have her 3 days but will pack a ton of fun into them. Have to get to bed. Take care all. Barb
 
~~Kitt~~
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   Posted 11/2/2010 3:27 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Barb,
Rest up and get those lungs in shape! Asthma is a challenge, that's for sure. How exciting to have your granddaughter for three days! By then, hopefully I'll be holding my first wee grandchild!
Take care of yourself and get well soon!
Hugs,
Denise

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   Posted 11/3/2010 6:11 PM (GMT -6)   
Kitt; I was on Topomax for the migraines; it worked wonderfully; except it caused breathing problems for me; I can't take it. I have started the lithium, I'm on 3 a day...it seems to work, but..a few days after increasing, the headaches are breaking through. I did something to my back, and after a weekend of crying and living on Norco, I was able to get in first with my chiro who asked, what did I do?? (nothing!!!) and Tuesday first thing, with my pain specialist who asked the same question...fortunately I'm feeling better, but I learned that driving and excessive use of Norco don't mix..I was glad it was after rush hour on the highway.
Since stopping the norco though, the headaches are reminding me of their presence.

My breast MRI shows two areas that are listed as "probably benign", but they weren't there last May in my mammogram; I see my surgeon in 2 weeks.

Barb, try to get that breathing under control; did you ever check out National Jewish in Denver? You really should!
Denise, I hope you're feeling better with your decisions and good luck to your DIL.
Joy, seriously, have you been checked since your fall? Little did I know that the fall I took many years ago led me to a lot of the conditions I have now....be careful!
Good evening everyone.
Janice

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   Posted 11/3/2010 7:44 PM (GMT -6)   
My ankle has stopped hurting.
My shoulder still hurts on a pain level of 2.
My arm only hurts when I extend it. The pain is decreassing there.
My back is still irritated some.
My worst injury is my leg. I have a large knotted, blue bruise along the back of my knee traveling around to the side of my calf. There is a large purple bruise across the back of my knee right at the bend. It kind of reminds me of a blood blister. My leg is slightly swollen from the knee down. I can't walk unless I wear an ace banadage around the bruised area. It feels very weak. It's also very tender to the touch.

I still can't believe a stick the size of my thumb caused so much trouble.

You take care and I pray that you are okay with the surgeon.
Joy

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   Posted 11/3/2010 8:56 PM (GMT -6)   
Janice,
I'm so sad that you're struggling so. I surely hope that the headaches get under control soon. Headaches make everything else seem more unmanageable. It's an overwhelming problem, and I feel for you.

I hope you get good news from your surgeon. You've got lots of friends rooting for good outcomes. I'm so glad you stopped by to talk. We've missed you.

I am going to see the surgeon on Tuesday. Seriously, I'm not sure he's going to want to touch me. I had a barium swallow in March that showed nothing but retained barium that traveled the esophagus. Do you think retained food/drink could be affecting my lungs? It will be interesting to see what he says.

If you were going to make me a list of questions, which would be the most important to ask? I'd like everyone to weigh in on suggesting questions. I'm going to make a list, so I'm prepared for my visit.

Joy,
I agree with Janice. If you haven't seen anyone about your injuries, it would be a good thing to go to the doc and get checked out. It was a tiny stick, but not tiny injuries!

Take care Janice and Joy,
Hi everyone!
Denise
PS--My DIL has started on blood pressure meds and will be going back to the doctor on Friday for a baby stress test. Her lab work has all been good...no protein in her urine.
She's not one to want to sit at home, so I'm sure she's going stir crazy and wants to have this baby!
I'll let you know what happens next...wish us luck!

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   Posted 11/3/2010 10:08 PM (GMT -6)   
Janice so sorry to hear about all the health problems. I will keep you my prayers. I'm still dealing with blood clot and now the asthma on top of the other stuff. To top it off my new insurance will not cover the chiro or my muscle relaxor. So now have the back issues too. It seems a never ending cycle. Oh well no time to think about such things as there is so much to do and so little time.

Denise I can't wait to here your a grandma with the little on cuddled up in your arms. It is the most exciting touching thing in the world. I can't wait to see my little granddaughter. she is such a precious gift from god. I'm hoping I can get this asthma under control before her visit. As for my scrapbook room I'm still working away at that. I want to be able to do stuff with Bella in there. She's very artistic.

Kitt, I am having turkey and bella is going to help make it. She loves to cook. Guess she takes after her grandma. The highlight of our time will be going to the nutcracker ballet.

Joy my goodness that sounds like something I would do. Take care and stay safe. The kids sound really sweet. Barb

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   Posted 11/4/2010 8:23 AM (GMT -6)   
Good Morning Everyone,
 
Janice,  I am sorry to hear about your health problems.  You have been through so much yet you continue to come here and share your feelings and thoughts and support others.  I admire you more then you could ever know.  I am glad you are seeing your surgeon for the "probably benign" MRI results.
 
Please don't let my question scare you as I am just thinking ~ Have you ever had a MRI of your back ?  I had a back injury when I was working and struggled along for months with a dx of strained muscles.  Finally after a year I was sent for an MRI of my back and there was a disc herniation at L5-S1.  Not that it changed the course of my treatment at the time but at least I had a reason for the pain.
 
Dang headaches ~ kick them into the big lake up there.  I hope the lithium works for you.  Sorry about the problem with Topamax.  It really is to bad that the side effects of a drug that was helping you had to pop up.  Life can be so frustrating but know we are here to support and care for you.  Thinking of you with great fondness.
 
Joy, A little stick brought you down ~ stay out of the forest my friend.  I am sorry to hear you are so banged up and the leg is causing you problems.  I know these accidents can happen so quickly and as you are falling your mind has trouble trying to figure out what is happening.  From one that has fallen down frequently,  I understand how you are feeling. 
 
Sending you virtual massages.
 
Barb,  Aahhhh, turkey ~ love it.   Bella is sure to have wonderful memories from this years Thanksgiving celebration.  She will surely love the  nutcracker ballet.
Hope your asthma settles down and you really enjoy your holiday.
 
Denise,  What a great MIL you are and soon to be Grandma.  You will feel so full of love and joy when the baby gets here.  When you look into your grandchild's face for the first time you realize this child is an extension of yourself.
 
My 19 year old granddaughter and my 17 year old granddaughter are such terrific and beautiful young ladies that I marvel at how lucky I have been to have them in may lifes since the day they were born. Many times I have felt like my heart was going to explode from happiness as I have watched these 2 grow up. 
The 7 year old, Emma, is so beautiful and smart and the apple of her Daddy's eye.  It reminds me of the relationship I had with my own Father and I am very proud of my youngest son and his parenting skills.
 
So get that tissue ready as you are sure to shed some tears of joy ! 
 
Bill,  Hope you are ok and remember we are here for you.  
 
As for me,  I seem to have what possibly could be another spot that is  a skin cancer so it will be a trip back to dermatologist. I will be on a vacation  leaving next Thursday, the 11th so I will be offline for 4 days .  I did not want to have any procedures done on my hand before the trip so I will deal with this new area when I get home. 
 
I started a new med last Friday and it seems to be helping ~  it is one of those you have to increase very slowly but so far so good.
 
Happy Thursday to all and I wish you peace.
 
Kitt
 
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   Posted 11/4/2010 5:05 PM (GMT -6)   
I went to a doctor today with my aches and pains.
My leg- not as bad as I thought. Just very, very bruised. :(
My shoulder- a different story...he believes I've damaged my rotator cup! :O
He had me to lift my arm out to the side as high as I could- it locked up half-way! He then made me lift it in front as far as I could- it locked up half-way! I was so sore when I left I couldn't use it to drive.
I see an orthropedic specialist on the 24th to see if it's torn. I've got a heating pad on it right now and it hurts to type. For now no more back therapy until I get cleared from the new doctor.
Joy

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   Posted 11/4/2010 7:51 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Joy,
You know what? It's a good thing you went to the doc...if it is a rotator cuff injury, the quicker you get it taken care of, the better the outcome. Hopefully it's just a bruise or sprain. If it's something worse, be happy that you found out quickly. I hope you find it's a false alarm.
Keep us posted!

Kitt,
Thanks for sharing the emotions of meeting your wee grandchild. I am looking forward to that moment. It may come soon, as my DIL's blood pressure remains high 172/102. She started blood pressure meds yesterday...I wonder how long it takes for them to kick in. She doesn't want to sit by and wait to develop pre-eclampsia. She'd rather be induced and have the baby. She's due in about 3 weeks. Tomorrow she sees her OB and they'll discuss the options. I think being in medicine she is more assertive...not to mention the fact that she's an extremely active person, and staying home for three weeks sounds like an eternity to her. We shall see. I'll keep you posted.

I also have had several skin cancers--a product of multiple sunburns as a child--and think I may have one on my leg. I've got an appointment with a dermatologist on the 16th...I made a surgical appointment, since I've been around the block a few times and am pretty sure it's a basal skin cancer.

Have fun on your vacation! We'll hold the fort here...

Hi Bill...we do miss you around here!
I'm going to see a surgeon on Tuesday. See what he has to say about my issues. I think I'll start a new thread asking for question ideas. I want to be well prepared.

Janice♥, we're with you in spirit! Hope all is going well.

Barb, I hope your asthma is getting better. I'll bet you're getting excited to have your granddaughter near. I know you'll have a wonderful time! I can't wait to see my tiny grandchild! It's not long now!

Take care everyone!

Deniseturn

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   Posted 11/5/2010 5:42 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi all-
What a busy day at VA! was there from 8:30am until 3:30pm. Well I do get to have an EGD and colonoscopy done by them, but not until Feb. 17th. They also want to recheck for lactose and fructose intolerance. If they don't find anything he said he will just classify me as IBS with diarrhea and I will just have to live with it.
I also saw the pain doctor there and she wants to go ahead with a spinal cord stimulator trial for my ribs. She said she doesn't believe the cryo ablations work and I am proof of that. I am waiting to get an appointment with the psychiatrist and also get a lumbar MRI before she puts the trial one in. Maybe I can still be a mechanic after all! At least the day wasn't a total loss of hope.

Hope everyone has a great weekend! I'll try to stop in later this weekend between hunting trips.

Take care,
Bill devil
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   Posted 11/6/2010 12:16 PM (GMT -6)   
I've heard the SS helps alot, Bill. There's a lot of people in the chronic pain forum who have had one done.
Joy

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   Posted 11/6/2010 1:09 PM (GMT -6)   
Hi Bill,
I'm glad to hear that you're getting things checked out. I'm also happy to hear that they have a plan to help with your pain. I join you in your hopes to get yourself feeling better and back to doing what you enjoy.

Have fun on your hunting expedition!
Denise
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