Hi, I'm Annie from California - I had a ruptured brain aneurysm in October of 2004; that led to a couple of mini-strokes which rendered me paralyzed on my left side; to this day, my left arm doesn't move. But, despite all that, I have moved on and amnow living by myself in my ownlittle apartment; it's not easy, but the Lord always takes care of me! Lately, my oldest son and his fiancee moved in with me so it's not as lonely anymore at my place; I try to get out of the house as often as I could, weather-permitting, of course:) Well, spring is almost here so, I'm very happy what about you guys? come on- please share, and let's inject some life into this group!
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