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Sunday, September 21, 2008

these past weeks have been very hard. I am making it through with the help of friends that love me. I am so sorry that i have not written a blog sooner. I have so much to catch up on. Lets see. I have lost 21 pounds. During that time i was so sick but I still kept with my exercize routien as much as I could and boy that was so hard. I tell you, its hard to exercise when every muscle in your body is bunched up in knots. It was the only thing that kept me out of the hospital for weeks on end. I fought meningitis. Then a viral infection. It was not a good 2 months for me I tell you! I keep with my workouts every chance I can. I love to do my yoga. It stretches my muscles and helps with the tenseness that i often get.

Recently my oldest daugter got an ear infection and oh i would have done anything to take it away from her. She was so miserable but she is better now. Now I face the next month with no MS medication. Same ol Same ol. Robert makes too many pay checks in one month so they drop my medicaid and I personally cannot afford $2000 for 4 shots. That is compared to the $3 that we pay when medicaid is helping. so, for this month while i have my medicine i am hittin my yoga/piates hard so when I cant things arent quit so bad. Any way more to come I promise. I should update weekly!
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    Im glad you blogged hun...it really helps keep you in check and accountable. I cant believe out "great state" blows you off like that *cough--- yeah right*Did they completely take the medicaid away or just for the month...that makes no sense...you need that stuff badly!!Im proud of you for keeping it up even when things get bad.It makes you tougher so you'll be able to handle the challenges that come your way in the future!!!! KEEP KICKIN ASS GIRLIE!!! emoticon
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