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Whos you? I hear you say! Actually I don't blame you, I hardly recognise myself these days.


Most people thought I had met my demise, but here I am alive and kicking still with Sclero and Raynauds but alive anyhow.

I'd forgotten my log in details, not surprising since I have so many different accounts for different stuff, I do tend to keep the same but due to a security issue changed them all and now I can't remember.

I'm still volunteering at the radio station, still wearing my feeding tube, still wearing the British emblem on each finger and toe (Red, White and Blue) and still living on a farm with hardly any animals except a cat, one Goat and a still un-finished house. Quite apart from that, I'm now in my 50's. I don't know which is worse the fact that I am 52 or the fact that I made it.

I will leave my short re introduction for another time as the clock beckons me to get changed from my night attire into something more alluring like 4 layers of clothing, heavy boots, woolly hat, etc and off to the radio station I go for my once weekly romp on the mic.

It's good to be back if only for a fleeting moment.


Warm tight hugs and a sense of relief,


Barbs or Babs even Barbara - I don't mind


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Hi Babs,


I have often wondered how the lady with the hole in her house is doing! It is great to hear from you and to know that you are still doing your radio show. Please stay in contact and continue to let us know how you are.





ISN Artist

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Hi Babs,


How lovely to hear from you again! :emoticons-clap:


I'm so pleased that you're still doing your radio show and that life is treating you reasonably well.


Please don't be a stranger anymore!!




Kind regards,

Jo Frowde

ISN Board Member

ISN Secretary of the Board

ISN Assistant Webmaster

SD World Webmaster

ISN Sclero Forums Manager

ISN News Manager

ISN Hotline Support Specialist

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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