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Christine, I’m so happy to see how much progress you’ve been making in your writing despite all that’s on your plate. I’m not quite as able to deal with life -plus- health issues. I really hope and pray you are doing better and are over the worst of things. xx ❤
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So good to hear from you again, Rachel! Autoimmune diseases are the pits! I hope you’ll begin to rally soon. ❤
It's a new autoimmune diagnosis that sent me to the ER two weeks ago. I'm still at the rehab home, but they do say I'm making progress. I'm hoping to have a medication change when I see the rheumatologist again at the end of the month. The plan for when I go home is for me to have home health agency help.
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