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    When I go to the grocery store, I always use an electric cart. Now and then, I wear one of my "I'm not drunk, I have MS" tee-shirts.
    Roswell was a gift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Howie View Post
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    When I go to the grocery store, I always use an electric cart. Now and then, I wear one of my "I'm not drunk, I have MS" tee-shirts.
    Please tell me they have a "I'm not drunk I have Cerebral Palsy" version!
    Mild Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy and bad proprioception.
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    Quote Originally Posted by funnylegs4 View Post
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    Please tell me they have a "I'm not drunk I have Cerebral Palsy" version!
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    Vicky, good find! If you want to pay a little extra, most anything can be printed on a tee-shirt. I used to do that kind of work. I've printed on everything from shirts to baseball bats.
    Roswell was a gift.

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    Falling? I did that a few days ago. My dog asked to go out at about 2 am, on my way to the bathroom after the dog came back in and before I went back to bed, I tripped and fell. My son heard me fall and came out of his room to make sure I was ok. I ended up with a scraped elbow and knee.

    I'm not sure what tripped me. I didn't turn on any lights. My guess is the back wheel of my rollator (sp?).

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    Too bad you fell, jendie!

    I have several neighbors with dogs that need walking, and for ages I've been wanting to offer to walk their dogs for them if they can't do it sometimes, but I just haven't spoken up.The main reason I don't offer is that I'm afraid the dog will need walking at a time when I'm not stable enough to do the walking, and then I'll fall, maybe even fall on the dog, which could be a major disaster for the dog. Any chance you could find someone who could do the dog-walking for you sometimes?

    At least you weren't hurt more seriously. Maybe "Falls R Us" should be this place's motto....
    MS diagnosed 1980. Avonex 2002-2005. Copaxone 6/07 - 5/10.
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    Jendie, a fall is bad at any time, but one in the middle of the night is a shocker. I am glad you are alright.
    Virginia

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    I am stuffed. I had turkey and dressing, my famous coleslaw, English muffin for bread, and a tall glass of soy milk. For dessert, I had a handful of Vanilla Wafers.
    Roswell was a gift.

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    Howie, that is great! Sounds good - did your sister or nephew pay you a visit?
    Virginia

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    Turkey and dressing! The cats will get some sliced turkey then?
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