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Report This| Share this:parkinson bloghello, W --<br /> <br />i'm pretty sure you have a typo in the above address. i could not get anywhere with it, but my computer redirected me to <a rel="nofollow" href="http://katekelsall.typepad.com/my_weblog/parkinsons_blogs">http://katekelsall.typepad.com/my_weblog/parkinsons_blogs</a> (note it uses "kate<b>kel</b>sall" rather than "kate<b>kei</b>sall").<br /> <br />-- susie margaret
Thanks susie margaret. Guess I need to get some sleep. I have switched to working days after working the night shift since 1992. It has not been an easy transition. I still want to sleep during the day and stay awake all night. w
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Report This| Share this:parkinson blogThanks susie margaret.<br />Guess I need to get some sleep. I have switched to working days after working the night shift since 1992. It has not been an easy transition. I still want to sleep during the day and stay awake all night.<br />w
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