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Need Some Suggestions For Celebration

Need Some Suggestions For Celebration

40 years ago this September 2018 a car ran into my bike and my epilepsy which just got declared healed, was followed rapidly with posttraunatic dystrophy Even though they didnt know what it was and two surgeries later with wrong results and psycho therapy because it was all in my head after 15 years i first got diagnosed with fibro and later with pd..... Unfortunately a fast diagnoses can make the difference between healing and not healing completely so i am on the wrong side of that...

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A MyFibroTeam Member said:

@A MyFibroTeam Member So glad you're back. You must be feeling better. How about a medal with "You are Amazing"! inscribe in it. Hope to hear back from you. God bless. 🙏🙏🙏

posted about 4 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Dear Mieke, what a great idea to have a celebration. I don't know what your nearby area is like, but I was thinking that during your special month you pick out places you both would like to take a short walk to. Plan it out ahead of time. It could be 15 of the 30 months.
I hope you have a phone with a camera on it, because what you'll do is take photos of the place you went, anything interesting, and a selfie of you both. At the end the month you could have a photo service compile your photos into an.album to commemorate this special month. Make sure to pick times to venture out when it's either early or late to.avoid over stimulation from people, children, lights and traffic. This is just a suggestion. I have a vivid imagination, so whatever you be well and happy. ❤❤

posted about 4 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

Get all dressed up in your finest, hire or get a family member or friend that does photography and go out in your yard or somewhere closely with an artsy backdrop and get your photos taken together! My husband and I went to the park and did this ! The memories of this will last forever!

posted about 4 years ago
A MyFibroTeam Member said:

@A MyFibroTeam Member I like your suggestion only the problem is that going out of the house means recovering at least a day or more.... Doeant matter if its a short trip as hanging in the elevator on my ceilung and struggling with the unfriendly-for-wheelchair elevator downstairs is just as much pain whether its a long or short trip.... But even though i cant do it i love the suggestion and your imagination! Missed hanging around with you! Love you lots and praying for you!! ❤🙏❤

posted about 4 years ago
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