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Posted by Van ( on June 16, 2001 at 10:22:50:

In Reply to: Charlie posted by jonny on June 16, 2001 at 02:16:50:

Thanks to everyone for responding. I have been chuckling for a few moments. Though some of the names chave changed, I can tell that the "family traits" are the same as they used to be.

D.J., you must be very proud. This site is like a continuous family reunion. I love it. I hope you are well.

No offense to CarlD., but J--are you related to him? He and I used to have rounds, as did he and others. He's a nice guy, struggling with everything he had to fight this thing. I hope he is well too.

I started on this site long ago. So long, that I could not find any of my posts and that my name is removed from the "where we live" section. I feel like an ancestor come alive again. I remember when D.J. got his truck, photos of a little woman, times with a model, all the build-up to the convention and more.

As to coming and going from the site--
a. I am not cronic, mine come every two or so years, 2-3 times during the year, and run a course of 30-60 days each time.
b. As a migraine sufferer cannot understand the pain of CH, an episodic cannot understand that of the chronic. Very difficult to put on those shoes.
c. Yes, when CH is gone, I lock it away in a closet. I prefer to play with my young son (live is short) and with great rarity, peek into the closet. Life is short, I will spend it with my son.
d. My repairs to cranium dents in the walls are not professional. Each time I see them, well, I might take a look at the site, look at articles I have saved. Review ER bills from the past. Etc.

Take care everyone.

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