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If you are requesting to join this page, please answer the 'how did you find us' question.
If you answer 'internet' or 'web' or 'google', I'm going to assume you're a spammer and you will remain blocked.
Please tell us where you learned about us, so we can determine you're not a robot. Thanks!!!
used to be able to search and list all one's postings - can not find this feature anymore ("my recent posts" or something like that...). Using the 'track' feature doesn't list all a user's posts, and definitely not most recent...
After the big security update, I gave Pinky a list of things to cure. She has yet to sort out joining, but...............
I am writing this in just basic html and it works in messaging aswell!
Just after Christmas work will restart. First there are a few big updates to do, one of which might take the site down for a little while. After that, Pinky will be working on my list.
If you're wondering where the "JOIN the SITE" button went, so are we.
Unfortunately for us, our web tech is currently enjoying her honeymoon.
So, please be patient. It will be fixed as soon as we can possibly manage it!
I feel like I am talking to myself!
Everyone, it seems we may have lost the last couple of weeks' worth of posts. (Now, we may recover them, but for now, they are missing.)
This is, unfortunately, the by-product of trying to update the site, leapfrogging over a lack of updates and maintenance in the last couple of years.
Our new web-tech is working on it, so please be patient. If you've lost any posts, feel free to re-post. If we're able to recover what's missing, we can always remove the duplications.
Alison would like to join the site, but in the meantime and since she has a doctor's appointment next week with her physiatrist, does anyone know of a doctor, especially in the New York State area who might be able to either treat her or work with her physiatrist. She has suffered with MS for a number of years and her boyfriend first wrote to me a couple of months ago.