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Thanks, Johanna, they're both good.
Rather housebound lately with gastroparesis. Definitely not a weight-loss "program" that I'd recommend. I haven't had what I hope is an attack of this in about five years. I can't imagine living with it for years on end...but, hey, no surprise if it does.
Anyway, a diet of liquids and trying to slowly get back to another new normal for me. In the meantime, I'm vertical...thanks to you. By the way: Is there a book of answers to give when asked about health? I'm not worried about feeling invaded by issues of privacy, but like I said before, I don't want to give it more attention than I absolutely have to. If I'm with others, I want to talk about them and their world.
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