> Hi Karen --
> I'm really glad you have such a solid, loving group of people around to help
> you out. Makes a big difference!!!
> You wrote:
> <<P.S. That devil pain attacked my lower right side, around to my back and
> my right leg as I was climbing the stairs today, I almost let out a screech,
> but my son's tutor was here teaching my son, YIKES !!>>
> Isn't it funny, I do the same thing...try to act normally and pretend things
> don't hurt when sometimes I feel like I will fall over. For example... we
> will have company for an afternoon...as soon as they leave I crumple onto the
> sofa with a heating pad. My husband will say, gosh, this is sudden, you
> aren't feeling good? And I tell him I've been hurting all day but held it
> Why do we do that, is it pride? Or is it that we think "normal" people
> wouldn't want to be around us if they knew how our bodies really felt?
> Have some carrots for me too, those plug me up and I love them but can't eat
> them any more. How about I drink some more prune juice <VBG>. Hope you are
> having a super, pain-free day!!!!
> Lynda M. in AZ