I do know one thing you are a fortunate person if you still have the option of getting up and out just to go out none the less the blessings of a loving husband who enjoys your company and obviously loves you dearly. The one thing you should think about is how fortunate you truly are and not worry about the way you think others view you. The only concerns you need is living your life and sharing it with someone who loves you in return. There are people in this world who have no limbs and people who have no sight ECT ECT... Just look in the mirror, view how truly special you are just being YOU; and put on your dancing shoes or sneakers grab your hubby, and get to dancing. Don't think about anything but the wonderful life you should start living and things will all fall in place. Life has a funny way of getting our attention once we are in motion. Dance you ass off and live the life you want and deserve. May you dream of music and wake up dancing! View Thread
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