Just thought I would stop in and say Hi to all of you and Welcome to the new people I haven't had the chance to meet yet.
Well it has been a crazy year for me. I was off of work ALOT last year due to medical probs. But now they seem to be ok. I became a Grandma last year and have been very busy with my new grandson. My migraines have been a little better this year. I think I went maybe 4 months last year without one. So this is a blessing to only have had 1 so far this year :-) I had to put down one of my cats (the one in my profile pic) last fall. I miss her hogging my desk lol. I only have 1 more surgery left to have. I am hoping to be on here more than I have in the past. This year we are working on paying it forward. So this site helped me become pdl free so now its my turn to help again. We do have a new addition to our family besides the new grandson, we have a new kitten (well hes not a kitten anymore) my son rescued him from an abusive home and he has become my shadow. So he is in his forever home here with us and his 2 sisters. He thinks he owns the place and tries to keep his sisters in line but they don't like that very much and they let him know that lol.
Now with that being said, I will try and check in at least every other day if time allows. And I would like to thank Jason for the wonderful T-shirt last spring (sorry its been so late :oops: )
Take care and I will see ya all soon,
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