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Dragonfly

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How is everyone doing?
« on: April 12, 2018, 10:46:30 AM »
Hi everyone,

How is everyone doing? Getting sick of winter?

I miss hearing from members of the forum. To name a few: Luckylou, Soozan, Rich, Senacron man. I am sorry if I have left anyone out. My memory isn't the best anymore.

As many members have said. Anyone who would like to post is very welcome to. We are a friendly, caring, non-judgmental group. We like to support each other. We learn things from each other. If you post I am sure we will learn something valuable from you. This forum has helped me a great deal. I consider these people on the forum as my friends.

It was very hard for me to post when I first joined the forum. Now I realize that no one is going to judge me and only support me. I was always very scared I would write the wrong thing and hurt someone.

If anyone feels like it please post. We would be glad to hear from you.

Dragonfly

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Re: How is everyone doing?
« Reply #1 on: April 15, 2018, 11:07:25 PM »
Hello Dragonfly. I agree with you that this is a good place to post. In regards to my health, well I'm getting older and I'm not doing so gracefully LOL. It seems that every time I take a step forward something happens. Broke my wrist 2 wks ago and that seems to be how the last 6mths have gone. Nothing tragic or horrifying, just a lot of problems. The good news is that between the cancer (treated last fall) and the after effects of the treatments, I lost 45 lbs and it was weight that I needed to lose. So I guess that is the bright side. Take Care. paul m

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Re: How is everyone doing?
« Reply #2 on: June 29, 2018, 11:35:14 PM »
Paul, didn't know about the cancer....or forgot....good about the 45 pounds.  My older brother who has prostate cancer (maybe could've been nipped in the bud....."I don't need to see a Dr.....nothing wrong with me.")

 
I fell (for no reason) outside my bldg on my face...it was the garden, so mud....no pain, no nothing.  Went to Emergency, but found nothing wrong.  Someone in Emergency noticed I'm 71.....so I'm a part time (?) patient in the Geriatric section of St. Michaels.

Because I joined that clinic, (I guess everyone gets this) - I'm getting a hearing test, MRI, sleep lab session.  Never had sleep lab session - has anyone here had one?  Someone told me there are LOTS of sleep labs in Toronto...I thought there was only one - Toronto Western Hospital.  Re all those tests - good! - I'm not so scared of MRI, maybe a little hard of hearing - a family trait.

I've sleepwalked about 4 times in my life...only the last six months...walk a couple of feet, and mess up my desk, maybe move things around a bit.  Maybe the sleep study will find out why?


Peter