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    Hi Lupielisa
    gringa1 posted:
    gringa1 responded:
    Hi Lisa, I had posted earlier, post had trouble with website and it didn't post.
    Anyway, I had read your reply to "urgent question" and wanted to say "thank you", thank you for your knowledge and wisdom you give here, I myself have had the pleasure of your help and you're pretty quick to respond, and that means alot.
    As I'm typing this, the joints on my hands hurt really bad and I feel light headed and dizzy.
    I know you have your bad days too, but like mother who is there for her children, you are always here for us, especially us new with lupus.
    Thank you and many many blessing you.
    Lupylisa44 replied to gringa1's response:
    That was the other lisa who responded! I haven't been around much because I have sooooo much too do and not enough time to do it!!!

    With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.
    gringa1 replied to Lupylisa44's response:
    sorry about the confusion, but what I posted still stands :)
    Lupylisa44 replied to gringa1's response:
    Thanks you! You are very sweet! I hope you feel better!

    With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.
    lisaisweavebee replied to gringa1's response:
    Err...I'm confused but if you were talking to me - then "Thank you!" If you were meaning Lupylisa, - then "I agree! She is helpful!!"

    the other Lisa
    gringa1 replied to lisaisweavebee's response:
    What I posted goes to both you girls, couldn't thank you more.

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