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geeterman"When I was first diagnosed with RP I had trouble finding information and then making sense of some of the info I found. So I thought who better to talk to than people who also have the disease. I stumbled upon MD Junction and found the information and support I was hoping for. I now visit the Junction everyday and look forward to giving someone else the help or direction that they may be searching for. I get a few minutes on occaision from a doctor here at the Junction I can reach out to someone everyday." (geeterman)

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roguewolf76 My friend Ferret ( love the nickname) said to start writing about anything, she had to do it in therapy. So I thought why not?


Mar 24 2012
Even though nothing at all is going on and im stuck at my boyfriends house while hes at work I am extremely happy. Mainly in a good mood. Haven't really done anything productive today besides linkmy paypal account with my bank account. And even though I am a neat freak I just don't feel like cleaning today even though I know I should. Finally got everything packed up to move back in with my family, though I am really nervous about moving out. Even though it is just my family I am just not good with moving. Had to do it too much in the past. Thinking about joining the military, mainly to pay off my school and make something of myself. Either that or just find an awesome paying job. Either way I need money. I think it's the warm weather thats put me in this great mood. Winter really sucked, that and I hate the cold anyways. I move real slow in the cold. This feels odd...really odd. Eh try new things.

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