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i finally managed to find time to actually browse in here.i have been so busy lately that i've only managed to hit a few groups and mostly because it's new ones i get reminders on and i check them out.......this group system is too much..too many to look at it bogles my mind.i really came in to say that today is "my 11 year stroke anniversary ".to many of you that means nothing but to a stroke survivor it means celebrating "life".i would have never dreamed i'd be here 11 years later nor would i have ever believed i could possibly have led a life close to what i had previously endured.it's not been an easy road and it will never be the same.however my motto has always been "never give up".and so far i haven't tho there have been some trying days .the posts in here are great and it's been a pleasre reading them.take care and i shall return..........lollllll
Congratulations on being an 11-year survivor of a stroke, Rose! Many people do take life for granted, but I think that happens less and less as we get older. Now that I'm retired, I often look back on my life to see if there's anything I would have done differently, or anything that I haven't done that I would like to do. A few. But I have fibromyalgia and my energy is severely limited. So, I take one day at a time and enjoy it.