Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving!

I am grateful for:
  • Being well enough to visit my family this week
  • My husband and my sons
  • Having such wonderful, caring friends
  • The chance to see an old friend this weekend
  • Antibiotics, anti-virals, and low-dose naltrexone!!
  • The support and caring I've received from all of my virtual blogging friends - thank you!
We're off to visit my family in my hometown, Rochester, NY. The kids are so excited about the snow! We have a full schedule, as always when we go there, but I think I've built in enough rest times that I should be able to manage OK. I'm really looking forward to seeing all of my family and my best friend from elementary school.

Hope all of you have a happy and healthy holiday and are able to enjoy time with your families!

7 comments:

  1. Your Thanksgiving plans sound wonderful! Have a great time....we don't have snow yet here in the upper midwest, but it will come soon enough...in fact today there is sunshine and temps in the 40's!
    Our children and their families start arriving tonight and will all be heading back to their homes by Sat. afternoon.
    I enjoyed your Thankfulness list too.
    Renee

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  2. Happy Thanksgiving to you, too! So glad you are able to go visit family to celebrate.

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  3. Those are all things to be thankful for! And your virtual blogging friends appreciate your support and care as well! Happy Thanksgiving!

    Laura

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  4. Hey, just found your blog and wanted to say thanks for all the valuable info. 24 year CFS sufferer -- 20 year diagnosed. Entered a bad patch 5 years ago and haven't bounced back.
    Happy Thanksgiving,
    David

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  5. I hope you have a wonderful day full of many things to be grateful for!

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  6. Hi
    I have a question: do you now what pricerange naltrexone is in.. and would your recommend it?

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  7. Erik -

    Low-dose naltrexone (LDN) is VERY inexpensive (about $15-$20 per month) because you take a tiny dose (1 - 4 mg). It has to be obtained through a compounding pharmacy with a prescription. For more information, see my blog post on LDN:
    http://livewithcfs.blogspot.com/2008/04/low-dose-naltrexone-treatment-for-cfs.html
    (if the link doesn't show up fully, just go to April 4, 2008, using the date links at the left on my blog).

    Sue

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