Here's an array of great party items for use whenever you or a friend feel like properly groveling around in depression, anxiety, and general overall misery. Now please get real sad and cry, weep, moan and groan right along with us. Your tears are ALWAYS welcome here!
Diagnosis Roulette Wheel
Judy T's Pity Party Story
Meditation for Depression
Pity Party Mugs
|Pity Party Music
Pity Party Slogans
Pity Party Supplies
Emotional Adjustment (Main Page)
shelley…a pity party? you want a virtual pity party because you have no solid diagnosis yet, as it changes on every doctor visit? hah! i got your undiagnosis beat. i want a pity party for the 44 plus years i have been diagnosed! lol sheesh! what a life! you do have a few problems, though. i also have the raynauds and Sjögren's. in addition i have pulmonary hypertension and lung involvement (am on oxygen 24/7).
you still want that party? my thyroid quit working a bunch of years back, the calcinosis makes me nuts and i am soooo tired all the time. none of my arms and legs work right and i'm constantly dropping things. my feet, ankles and legs swell up so much all the time i reach for the lasix first thing in the morning not the toothpaste (that comes just after). and then, to top it all off, just before christmas, i fell down and broke and dislocated my left arm. i'm not really doing a poor ee cummings imitation, i'm foregoing caps until i can use two hands again. actually, i kinda like this look…may use it later anyway.
then, i turn on the tv and that baywatch is on with all those poor skinny, underfed, girl who can't afford to wear clothes prancing around doing things that are just impossible.and you want a pity party? wait a minute! move on over, i'm joining you!
jude, tired from all this one-handed typing
Judy T., also known as "Aunt Judy" or "Jude The Grouch" has passed away. She was webmaster of SD World. See the ISN's Hope on the Horizon Flash movie lauding the praises of SD World, based on a poem by Fran Waranius. New members are always welcome…whether to share in our laughter or tears. She was also an ISN Assistant News Guide.
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