We recently moved and various family members are due to visit this summer. The first group was just here for over a week, my adopted daughter and her children (9, 15, 17, 18). We provided all the food and the only problem was there was the expense of all the g.f. bread they consumed! I did buy separate mayo & mustard for them as we had regular hot dog buns one evening and no one had a problem with keeping the buns outside by the campfire ring. (G.F. hot dog buns for teenage boys with hollow legs are waaaay to expensive) Next morning the kids were making tuna sandwiches for our picnic lunch when the oldest remembered that they couldn't use the "group" mayo for my tuna. All four kids came to a halt as they pondered over the dilemma. What an awesome group of kids. They dashed for a fresh can of tuna, my special mayo and fresh fork for my fixings! They wrote my name on the baggie so there would be no mistakes. Even the 9 yr old "got" it. I love my family!!! Thanks for letting me brag a bit.
cap6Member Since 04 Mar 2010
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Diagnosed March 3, 2010 at age 59. Have had issues on and off all my life and it feels so good to finally feel good!
Retired after 16 years from Social Services in California
Daughter age 36 and son age 33. Neither have been tested and I worry about them both!
Live a traveling retired life with a partner and five dogs.
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