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Success is Relative

Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 11:08 am
by ShilohsMom
Shiloh had a seizure yesterday after 26 days and while that may not be considered a success by some, I'm grateful that it was only one! It'd been a long time since he's only had one and not a cluster so I'll take it as a victory!

Plus I'm tired of seeing those stupid spam entries at the top! :D

Re: Success is Relative

Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:31 pm
by cforecatsmeow
You always make me LOL, and hoorah for you guys! We have to take it where we can get it and it is all relative. Winston only had one as well this week (even though I dosed him pretty good on Valium for a couple of days) and I am very happy about that too. Btw, there is a full moon tonight shining big and bright in the sky. Caught my eye a little while ago. :wink:

And, Happy Valentine's Day to everyone! I work with a lady who has epilepsy. She gave me chocolates from Winston and Patty thanking me for being such a good Mom. Sooo sweet.

Re: Success is Relative

Posted: Fri Feb 14, 2014 6:42 pm
by ShilohsMom
Wooooowhooo for Winston!!!! Hope all our babies continue to be seizure free this evening. Who needs werewolves? We have our own hairy beasts.

Happy Valentiney too!

Re: Success is Relative

Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 7:07 am
by Gentle Jacob's mom
I'm glad to hear Shiloh and Winston are doing well. Yes that full moon gets us almost every month. This one was no exception but Jake's making it anywhere from 21-26 days now. I'll take that.

I'm with you on the writing spam. They're a real pain.

Lynne

Re: Success is Relative

Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 3:27 pm
by ShilohsMom
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Re: Success is Relative

Posted: Mon Feb 17, 2014 8:40 pm
by cforecatsmeow
Yes, Colleen, you have once again cracked me up :lol:

Lynne, sorry Jake had a seizure. However, I'm with you. I can handle it once a month or every so often. We take what we can get with this disease and we all three here seem to be on the same pattern. Damn that full moon!