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Unread 04-14-2009, 01:23 AM   #11
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i suround myself with big comfy/soft pillows, a small throw blanket, pain meds, recline the seat some...

although i think this is kinda weird, but it hurts a lot less for me when i'm actually driving then if i'm just sitting back.
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Unread 04-14-2009, 01:54 AM   #12
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I do appreciate your sharing tips for traveling with RSD.

I don't want to burden my sister and her family with my RSD issues, so I will follow the tips that yall have shared with me.

My sister, Wanda, is 52. At 42, she had a little girl (change of life baby). Reva just turned 11 years old, and she loves art. I am an artist, and my sister ask me to teach Reva some art techniques(quilling;paper sculpture). I have a box of supplies that have several beginner's kits and quilling materials/tools, that I made just for Reva.

This will keep Reva busy and will also make it easier for my sister to get some rest. My sister also has an 18 yr old son, and a 26 yr old son. My sister and her hubby will celebrate 30 years of marriage this June. Wanda will turn 53 in May, and we plan to have a birthday party while my hubby and I are visiting.

We are keeping a positive attitude concerning the pancreatic cancer diagnosis. Hope is what we all cling to,right? I do, anyway.


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Dew,

Keep us posted when you get there and how things are with your sister!

Wishing you lots of strength, and courage!
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i am will be keepin your family in my prayers. yes hope is the key i have found .. my grandmother found out 1.5 yrs ago that she had stage 2 breast cancer and we all kept hope she couldnt do chemo and all that but she is doin ok ..

about the car ride pillows and light blanket and i do have to stop alot otherwise i get to stiff to even move .. try that ..

i never asked where in OK you live? i used to live in omaha. guess i brought tornado ally with me to TN ..

please let us know how things go..

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