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    Hey, you guys... & gals

    I do so appreciate the notes of great concern from each of you (really shows this to be a true "Family" of WWers.

    However, What I have is a condition, I have been doing fine for the past 12 years with a heart condition, I have done well the past 46 years with a handicapping condition, So, I expect to enjoy my life with this condition. The only regrets is the loss of my hand dexterity and grip, but I can still enjoy WWing through others, Seeing your projects and teaching others is as good as it gets. Using my grandsons hands to do the tasks, I can teach them to master my skills. For years, with my son, it has been my brain & his braun (latelly he has out ranked me on both scales).

    As for the second opinion... It is already the third confirmation, but I do plan a visit to Cleveland Clinic to check on another possible treatable condition.

    The fat lady hasen't sung her aria, and I haven't reached the end of my trail.

    Thanks again for your thoughts and (especially) your Prayers...

    Now lets start an argument...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Simpson View Post
    ...Now lets start an argument...
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    leave it to bill to start a ruckus...
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    I don't hear no fat lady...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cynthia White View Post
    Did someone mention a fat lady?
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