Hey everyone I know I haven't been posting in a while but I've been going through so...... much lately. Of course you can read up all about it on my web site www.ezrasarticles.com I did want to thank everybody that wished me a happy birthday. I did actually get to go out to eat Fri. but I had to figure out what to wear that would cover up a rash forming on my shoulder. The last couple days the rash got worse so the hospice nurse came out today & it is shingles. I can probably be a reference to cover almost everything in a medical dictionary. At least I've made it yet another B-Day it would just be nice to be healthy. Thanks again for remembering my birthday.
I agree with Annie a good deal. I'm also straining my eyes with the color change. White background is too bright & text/typing too dull. I already have a head ache & this makes it worse. For those of you that do leave & I'm not sure if & when I will continue to post again please stay in touch. Either find me on facebook or email me @ the firstname.lastname@example.org address. I also wanted to note that it took a day to find my first post since the change. Than what happen to our signature stamps/quotes @ the end of our post if we arranged one prior? I don't think it's posting that way anymore. Luv ya Lupies!
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