I have been completely disabled with CFIDS - Chronic Fatigue Immune Dysfunction Syndrome for the past twelve years. Since my husband's death five plus years ago I am now left completely alone. I use a rolling walker with seat to get around and I love my huge gardens where I ride my four wheeled electric scooter and putter around doing a bit of gardening as I am physically up to it. I stopped taking the Prozac about two weeks ago because it was creating problems with giving me thoughts of suicide. I'm feeling better without it. I am stuck at home most of the time. I am hoping to find a small lap dog to adopt and bring to my large home to love and pamper and fill this place with more joy. The shelters do not have small lap dogs available for adoption and I don't know of anyone I can trust to purchase my "baby" from. But I do hope it will be soon. I could use the healing this would bring into my life.
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