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Thursday, February 13, 2014

As many of you know, two weeks ago I had a shoulder replacement....my original shoulder was destroyed by a triple whammy of RA,PsA (Psoriatic arthritis), and Sj (Sjogren's disorder)...My other"good (better)" shoulder is patiently waiting it's turn to be relieved of its duties as well.

My pain is not terrible now (although I hear that once I start PT in earnest that will change)....but pain in my neck and feet and hands are all
pretty severe.

I wanted to write more...but my shoulder is protesting....so more later. Have a great day--stay warm and dry!
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    Feel better!
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    Happy to hear your shoulder is better, but so sorry to hear of all the other pain :(( What about your voice recognition program -have you given up on that? That would make it so much easier to do writing..
    Wishing your Dr.'s could do a better job at finding ways to relieve your pain..
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    Hi Cyn. Lovely to hear from you .. Glad the pain has eased even a little is an improvement .. Know that you are loved and I wish you a lovely Valetines day .. Hugs Susie xx emoticon emoticon
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    I'm been thinking of you so much, Cyn, with a smile and care in my heart for you and have been hoping that you're doing ok. I'm so happy to hear from you and I hope that life just gets easier and easier for you with each day. A day at a time. One thing at a time is so right! Love you, Karen emoticon Happy Valentine's Day! emoticon
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    Rest and heal. emoticon
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