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    Hiya

    I haven't been anywhere lately- just here since the end of March establishing
    a home life relationship with my new older adopted cat.

    She is a feral cat who doesn't know she was feral for almost 10 years.

    The travel list is getting longer.
    I'm drooling to go to Paris in the fall but my companion may be out so should
    I contact Sage Travel and see if they could set me up as a solo traveler.

    If nothing else there is Sin City, Las Vegas- flat and a peculiar American original.
    Yes! and the Hoover Dam
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    Renee, it's great that you're getting to know your cat. You've adopted a cat who was feral for 10 years? Isn't that very unusual?
    MS, diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2001-2004. Copaxone 2006-2009.

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    I'm sorry, but their slogan: "MS doesn't stop me from...>insert phrase here<" really irritates me.

    MS is a chronic, progressive illness. So, what, every year, your list is smaller than the last as you have to cross things off because MS is now preventing you from doing more things?!?? What's the point of THAT as a slogan, what genius thought this up? That's supposed to make you feel GOOD??

    Oh, hi renee ...how is your cat working out?

    Sin City is always a nice runner up, I've heard you could be in Paris 15 minutes after New York.
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    Renee, I am so happy that you have the strength to travel and enjoy it.....huggggggs
    Love, Sally


    "The best way out is always through". Robert Frost







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    Orange can be worn tomorrow for World MS Day. You'll see some very orange wigs here:

    http://www.glasgowlive.co.uk/whats-o...s-day-11373384
    MS, diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2001-2004. Copaxone 2006-2009.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agate View Post
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    Orange can be worn tomorrow for World MS Day. You'll see some very orange wigs here:

    http://www.glasgowlive.co.uk/whats-o...s-day-11373384
    Now THAT is a realistic, very poignant article about MS Day and those living with it.

    Thx, agate!

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    Orange is the new black- don't forget your pearls.

    Kitty is unusually affectionate and social- cats people, anyone.
    The last two years a family watched out for her- leaving food out and
    making sure she had a safe, warm nest outdoors to live in.

    She had kittens last fall and her protectors decided to bring Miss Joey(the cat) and
    her kittens to the Humane Society for spay/neuter and adoption.
    People adopted the kittens but bypassed Joey who is a senior w/FIV.

    She presented herself as a sponge for love.
    I found myself a wonderful older girl cat.

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    How sweet you are RENEE,!
    Love, Sally


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    That's great news about Miss Joey, Renee! I hope she enjoys her new home, and I'm sure she'll appreciate it.
    MS, diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2001-2004. Copaxone 2006-2009.

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    Sheesh, I wonder if Talcom powder caused MS? Big Pharms really does want to kill us....
    Love, Sally


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