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Hi Barb! I just wanted to say that you are in my thoughts and prayers, especially for the upcoming surgery. So glad the other tests were okay! I’ve had similar tests in the past and was also blessed to be okay. Hope you get feeling better very soon!
This looks like an “old” recipe, because of the soaking of the dried fruit – my Grandma’s raisin cookie recipe called for the same thing. It made the raisins nice and soft instead of chewy – yum!
BTW, when I try to print the recipe by printing the “print” button, it doesn’t cooperate for some reason, but I’d say don’t worry about it, just take care of YOU for now! XOXO
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Living with AutoImmune Diseases
Barb, I am that one. Maybe there are many others, but I am one. I am in my sixties, I have two lung diseases (immune-related) and prednisone has pretty much kicked my ass. I’ve had several joint replacements. I got hearing aids this week, so at least my hearing is somewhat better, but still need eye surgery for the cataracts (two different kinds in each eye, one for old age and one from the prednisone). I am trying to stay strong, because I don’t want my mother to have to go to my funeral. Reading that little saying about finding strength when you’re weak, really touched me. In fact, I cried like a baby.
Barb, adrenal insufficiency is a terrible and dangerous condition and it’s really hard t get doctors to diagnose it, so I want to put you in touch with a facebook friend of mine who understands it better than I do (he has it) so he can give you some guidance. He has had some of the conditions that I had, plus more, and he is very much of a survivor and a person who studies and gains a lot of knowledge, his name is Joe. Please contact me on facebook or by email.
By the way, I was told recently that if you’ve had your immune levels tested, and your IGE level is low, they can give that to you via I.V. and that it is very helpful. Unfortunately, I looked at my test results online and couldn’t tell which of mine was the IGE, so guess I’d better ask the doc next time I go, LOL!