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    happy thanksgiving!
    hula_dancer73 posted:
    HI group,

    Just watned to drop you a line and say HAPPY THANSGIVING EVERYONE!!!!

    Have a good adn safe one.

    Enjoy that turkey for me, I cna not eat it it becuase it interferes with some of my other meds I take, not for my ep.

    dancer86442 responded:
    My Thanksgiving was Quiet. But, the Food was as always Great! HUGS!

    Love Candi
    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Thanks Nancy!

    I hope your turkey day was wonderful - even without the turkey! I had an extra bite or two for you

    (((hugs))) to you Candi!

    I'm sort of glad all the leftovers are gone and the kids are back at school - I need some "normal" right now (whatever that is!)


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