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I know the last few months have taken their toll. I often think of you and how you are doing, but I don't want to pester you like an old mother hen. Your art log always gives insight into how you are doing. Great work!


For people like yourself, that deal with constant pain, it must be extremely hard to feel up.I find the art work essential. Just for a little pick-me-up. My turn of events was not chronic, and I could hope for better days by moving my hands, and seeing things unfold. I can only hope that your art makes your life more tolerable. I am fine, especially when I try to understand what you deal with day to day. You are a dear heart and I'm so glad you are in my life.

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