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About Tammyla

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  1. I read so much love in your post; thank you for taking time to share with us. Many prayers :grouphug:
  2. Op...Hope you're on the mend. :grouphug: I'm a pretty modest / private person, but wouldn't have refused a male nurse under those circumstances. I've had male family members have to endure repeated enem@s and other invasive procedures from female and male nurses. They (the nurses) were so professional and deserved way more credit and pay than they get.
  3. Poor woman, I feel sorry for her. Now she's a widow dealing with a drug addicted son. Personally my focus would be to try and support her. She may be helped with therapy, attending al-aon and lots of TLC. I would try and get the siblings together and make a united front to get their brother into a treatment program.
  4. :grouphug: :grouphug: :grouphug: :crying:
  5. :grouphug: :grouphug: :grouphug: I'm glad you took him in.
  6. Congratulations! :hurray: :hurray: :hurray:
  7. :grouphug: terrible, terrible, terrible, but I'm so glad y'all are okay.
  8. If you haven't had a professional bra fitting recently; go in and get one if you aren't comfortable with one, get a tape measure and a good mirror. VS, Soma?, a major dept. or outlet store in your area would all work. My dd's fav's are Olga; she's larger than me btw. My personal fav's are Breezies with ulta-air moisture wicking fabric (I sound like a commercial); I was gifted one at the beg of peri-m after a summer of hot flashes by my mom Tmi. They do fit differently and you would need to get current measurements for each line esp the Breezies. (The Breezies can only be ordered at QV
  9. :hurray: :hurray: :hurray: I'm so happy for her.
  10. When Your Grandparent Dies and Sad Isn't Bad might work with a young child. I'm sorry for your loss. :grouphug:
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