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    SALLY

    I am so happy you are back. My goodness I would have flown to your house to fix the a/c!!!

    I am sure that your daughter thinks I am one of those weird MS people ha ha. Please take it easy and no more of these episodes Dr. Gary's orders. I am the resident brain surgeon after all. You were really missed and I do believe your email, answering machine and those of your family know know we just don't let go if one of our "family" is not here!


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    Gary, you ARE one of those weird MS people. That's why you fit in so well with the rest of us!
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    Welcome Home, Sally!


    We've been so concerned about you. Glad you're back!

    Joan




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    :) Welcome home!!! I'm so glad you are better and able to be at home. We missed you and you have been in my prayers every night. Now don't over do it as it takes us awhile to be back to "our" normal. Jeanie :)

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    ((((((SALLY))))))


    How wonderful to see your post! I'm so sorry for the ordeal you have endured. But I'm so happy that you battled your way back. You are incredible!

    Your friends here did everything short of calling the FBI to track you down! So very worried about you, knowing that something had to be amiss for you to be absent for so long.

    My prayers for your healing will continue. Take super good care of yourself!

    It's so good to have you back!

    Love & Light,

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    Mom to Jon, 49, (seizure disorder; Gtube; trache; colostomy; osteoporosis; hypothyroid; enlarged prostate; lymphedema, assorted mysteries) and Michael, 32, (intractable seizures; Gtube), who were born with an undiagnosed progressive neuromuscular disease and courageous spirits. Our Angel Michael received his wings in 2003. Our Angel Jon received his wings April 2019. Now, they watch over Jim and me.

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    Yay, Sally's home and feels better!

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    Sally, I love you. So very pleased and relieved that you are back.

    Sorry about the hospital bed. Maybe you will graduate out of it.

    I think this is a reminder to all of us that there Will be a time when we forget the cell phone. We should all consider if we are at the point where, if this happened to us, a lifeline button around our neck would save us.

    Welcome home, welcome home, welcome home!
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    --And if you don't like the idea of wearing the button around your neck, it's usually available as a wristlet.

    Nothing is perfect. Many of my neighbors have had Lifeline buttons, and one problem was that some would forget they had that resource when the time came.

    You fall, you may be disoriented for quite a while, and you don't always remember things you should be remembering....

    In WA state I was entitled to one of those Lifeline buttons under Medicaid, and I wore it for years as a wristband. It wasn't in the way, it was OK if it got wet, it was lightweight, and it worked well.
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    Sally !!,, what a ordeal,, so glad you are with us,,we really missed you..
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    Oh My God, what an ordeal for you. Thank goodness you' were rescued in time. We all missed you terribly. I always think of you as the heart of this little community.

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