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  1. I'd say you are doing great. It seems all I get done is move stuff from one place to another. I sure am glad you got me up early this morning. I just realized how bad my mornings are. Typing is almost impossible with the double clicks and trying to get the curser to go where I want it. This is a big day and I need to hit the floor running at the convention. Diabetes is my next hurdle. I have been putting off going to the doctor again and I know I should. I just didn't want another disease. It seems one is all I can handle at a time. Hang in there winter is coming this weekend they say and we will have lots of time to be in the house and reflect on our conditions….love ya Pokie

  2. Hi Pokie!

    I know you're swamped right now with the Convention, but I'm tickled you stopped by. You'll probably find that you handle the PD and maybe the RA better if your blood glucose is under control. I know I feel a whole lot stronger than I used to.

    Take care dear friend,

    Rosemary

  3. Mama as usual you are an inspiration. Not only have you raised 2 wonderful daughters (and being one I can say that)you continue to amaze me each and every day. Thank you for being a great role model and just for being my Mama.

    Love you!

    Noelle

  4. I am curious as to your initial diagnosis and whether or not it was thought that the PD & PN were linked. My father has PD and has been recently diagnosed with PN as well (I mean, add insult to injury). It's been a difficult couple of months. He's a senior and he has now lost a lot of independence. He does not have diabetes (however, my husband is Type 2 so I understand the blood sugar routine and the risks. Conversely, he also was stricken with Guillian Barre Syndrome some 12 years ago so the PN part I'm VERY familiar with). I've been searching for the past couple of hours for any info on PN although I cannot find any links between the two. Which I guess means his is probably idiopathic :-(. If you would like to, you can reply to me at swatson [at] neonfrog [dot] ca.
    cheers, Shelley

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