Bonnie (springfever01) who founded this community has been a little inactive due to troubles with her lymphodema. In fact, she had to return to the hospital to see what could be done to help her with the discomfort.
Dawn (ladelata) is still dealing with her foot troubles. These have been ongoing for a year and she has about reached the end of any patience she once had! Sadly, she also is in the hospital where they are going to once again try and determine just why it isn't healing.
Please keep them both in your thoughts and hearts!
On the good side, I hear that Seda Varga is doing well despite the fact she is still in a job she dislikes greatly! She has no computer so has to rely on the one at her library. Evidentally, she has attempted to try and log in to WebMD but has hit troubles. Sedra posts on Facebook (which I no longer am I...I hope...It's sorta like the mafia: Once in always in!! But I don't interact in any way hoping my exit from there was permanent!) Anyway, if any of you are in ocntact with her on Facebook, please tell her to try writing to email@example.com That goes directly to the moderators (Caprice, Elsa, etc.) They will walk her through so that she can sign in again despite forgotten sign in names and lost passwords, etc. They will need information such as the email addy she registered with, etc. Should this prove fruitless for her or anyone else having troubles, let me know and I'll see what I can do on this end.
So, that's what news I have to share today...Hope all are having good things coming their way!
Just when the caterpillar thought her world was over, she became a butterfly! Don't give up five minutes before the miracle!!
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