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    lupylisa44 posted:
    Well, here we are! Summer is coming to an end which means that the activity on this message board should be picking up a bit!

    I, for one, will be happy for these insanely hot temperatures to go away!! We haven't seen more than 5 days under 90 since June here in Colorado!!!

    Did anyone do anything fun or exciting this Summer? We didn't do much of anything, didn't even go on vacation this year! I haven't been feeling very well since my rheumy increased my dose of Cellcept. I have been having a really tough time with it, I have lost a lot of weight and I think 2500 mg is too much for my little 99lb body to handle! I
    With love, with patience and with faith, we'll make our way.


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