Your book of DUH has been a blessing. I knew that those of us on this site shared alot of symptoms and problems. What I didn't realize is the great sense of humor we all share. Sometimes this illness becomes sooo overwhelming that we can find nothing to smile about let a lone laugh. I keep going back and reading and rereading this post. Mostly I am laughing at the fact that once again I realize I am not alone, and the stuff I wouldn't think about telling anyone else because they might start thinking alzheimers ... we can tell each other and laugh!!! DUH, did I remember to say everything I wanted too?
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