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Ask a Nurse

It's beautiful to survive and gracefully so even with such an ailment.hat's off to those doing this act and my best wishes to all of you.When you have to live life why not sing,dance and be merry...I admire those who are giving this brave fight after all.

Truth About Abs

hey!! that's pretty sweet, to get featured on another's blog. good goin'! obviously he thinks what you have to share is valuable to other people with Parkinsons so I applaud you for feeling flattered, (and not too embarrassed, right?)

:-) xo

Kate Kelsall

Hi Truth about Abs,

Thanks for your supportive words. I'm flattered and a little embarrassed that Bob would spend so much time reading my blog and grateful to be of help.

Kate

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