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I hope you find the site useful and hope it helps to get the word out about all the great things your group does!
Jane McGookey did a fantastic job in creating this website in no time at all! With many thanks and God bless you!
This is a fantastic website. Jane McGookey did a wonderful job putting this together for our PPS Group. Thank You Jane..
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WOW!! What a terrific website. Once again Maureen and company has surpassed themselves with this online information highway. Kudos to Jane McGookey.
Congratulations on your new website! Not only is it pleasing to the eye; it’s also very informative. We welcome you to add the njpolio.org website to your Resources page. We plan to add yours to ours.
Very Nice. Congratulations..
Great website, and a job well done. More info about meeting needed: location and time and short bio on speaker.
Wow! Great job, especially the slide show of cruise pictures. Hopefully it will bring in new people too. Terrific job.
Ditto to all of the above!
Wonderful job!!!! This is the best post-polio newsletter in print. Keep up the great job!!!
The Website is fantastic, and I am thrilled with the additions to the Cruise page. It’s twice as great as it was before!
It is now on my “favorites” list.
Hello from Bradenton, FL, I enjoy Second Time Around newsletter and share it with members of the Manasota Post Polio Support Group here in Bradenton/Sarasota area. You guys do a great job on the newsletter and now I can look forward to the web site. It’s good to put a face with the names in the newsletter. Take care and keep up the great work! Candy
This goes “OVER THE TOP”. Love it. Eileen
Great job! Enjoyed the slide shows. This is the first PPS network website I have seen that can hold your interest. It is also informative.
Thanks for such an informative website and terrrific resource. I will read my newsletters online and save a tree or two.
the web site is beautiful just like you two. i read the excellent news letter.you can email the news letter to me in the future. all the best tony straus
Beautiful, easy to navigate site. I like it a lot! Don’t waste paper on my account.
Thanks for the good work.
Rick, PPS Manager
I have been getting newsletters for some time now, thanks to meeting Jo Hayden. I love reading the articles, and feel not so alone. Fortunately, I have a job Unfortunately, that precludes me from coming to meetings. Dinner meetings are at 5 and I get off at 5pm, so with travel time, it would be impossible, and lunch, well that’s not possible in one hour either. So, if I could make any wish, it would be to have the dinner meeting no earlier than 5:30 so we working people could attend.
I have learned so much from the newsletter. I would be happy to save a few trees and get my copy online!
I received your card the other day and appreciate hearing from my friends. I am doing well thank you. After 8 bouts of pneumonia (the last one almost got me) a doctor at Scripps Green in San Diego found my problem. I have an immune problem. My gamma globulin level was less then 50% of normal. Getting infusions quarterly and back to normal levels. God has granted me 63 years as of today and hopefully more years to be with family and friends. Love to all..keep well
Your website is a joy to navigate, and equally delightful meeting other survivors. Thank you for publishing the rationale behind Project Blue Whale! Loved the graphic, too. More thanks. Email me your updates. I’ll watching and waiting.Founder, South Plains Post-Polio Support Network, firstname.lastname@example.org, 806-416-0488
I live in New York but have friends in Boca area so will be visiting frequently.
Loved your holiday party.
Dear Carol and Maureen: This is my first time checking out the website and it looks just great! I don’t know how you do it but every Newsletter comes out informative and interesting and funny. I have been getting it by snail mail and would like to get it now on the website. I have just put your website on my Favorites list so I can get to it quicker. I know this will help with your mailing costs. Thanks for all you and your crew have done for many years. You deserve a Teamwork Reward. If we had to vote on how good you are using the 1 to 10 scale…10 being best; you’d get an 11. Happy New Year and may it be one of the best yet. Love ya! Tom and Adrian
Hello Ladies >:)
Your site looks nice! I’ve been working w/ my father, Jody Taylor, on the PBC-FL newltr for many yrs; unfortunately dad passed away last June. I’ll always miss him.
I continue to do the newsltr with the new editor. Jane. I often saw your nwltr on dad’s desk and enjoyed reading it myself. I’ve added you to my ‘favorites’.. I’ll be back. thx! Tanya
Thanks for the informative, beautiful website. It’s a super model for a group that has been looking at black and white paper for a very long time.
Dear Carol and Maureen:
I brought my newsletter from September, 2010 to my doctor and asked what he thought about taking the Bromelain. He wrote: “Not harmful but no proven benefits there.” Just thought I’d pass this on.
You might look into the benefits of Glucosamine Chondroitin Complex with MSM. A family friend said it did him a lot of good with TMJ and neck problems. I haven’t been taking it long but will let you know if it works.
I do see good results with Echinacea-Golden Seal Complex. It keeps me healthier as it’s for the immune system. I get less colds from others now.
Really enjoy your Newsletter so much. There’s always something that stands out and informs me even after reading it all these years. Keep up the good work!
Happy Thanksgiving, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year early.
Love to you all, Adrian
I’m looking for any experiences PPS folks may have had with Reclast. I’ve been taking Actonel for several years without any problems, but before I started on that medication, I had two separate (6 months apart) attempts taking Fosamax. After several weeks I developed severe flu-like symptoms that only went away when I stopped the medication. I now have osteoporosis in my spine and me non-weight bearing hip and osteopenia in my other hip. My doctor wants me to start on Reclast.
I am 64 years old, had polio in 1952, and experienced a sudden onset of PPS immediately following the birth of my second child. I am now dependent on crutches to walk short distances and a scooter for anything of longer duration.
I’ve been searching the internet for any information on this topic as it refers to PPS folks, but have come up with very little. Any experiences, good or bad, would be appreciated.
This is a fantastic website. I miss the friendships made when I lived nearby and could enjoy times with you. Now that I had to move north I feel close once more when I can join you here.
My love and Best Wishes to you all.
I really enjoyed this on line newsletter. Great pictures and write ups. Sorry I can’t make even the meetings but can’t drive that far. I’m stuck in Venice.
Also have a very bad back & for the last 7 wks have a pinched sciatic nerve.
Good luck to all of you & it looks like you’re really enjoying yourselves.
Hey there just wanted to give you a brief heads up and let you know a few of the pictures aren’t loading properly. I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue. I’ve tried it in two different internet browsers and both show the same results.
i had no problem getting this promptly when i opened it up on my iphone or computer.
Thanks for including us in your email list. Looking at the pictures of the 2014 cruise, reminded us of the great time we had with you nice folks on the trip in February. Hope we can do it again sometime. We are doing pretty well considering age and condition. Much love to all. JOHN and MARGUERITE CELANI, MOORESTOWN, NJ.
I had polio in 1953 in Queens New York. I was 3 years old. I have been told that I was in a Queens hospital and there was a mandatory quarantine period. Does anyone have any information about this? Perhaps the name of the hospital? Thanks for your help. I am a longtime newsletter subscriber.
I have been invited to join in on the 2016 cruise! I am SO excited about this and want to thank Maureen for all her hard work. Eddie Rice was good enough to pass on the information to me. I live in Canada and had polio at 18 months of age. I chair a PPS group in the Toronto area now.
Thanks again and I look forward to meeting you soon.
Of all the reading material I receive every month, the one I am sure to read is your newsletter! Without fail I learn something every time. I also enjoy a good laugh, plus I always make notes about some point or fact, or resource I want to follow-up. You do a great service with this cornucopia of tips and tricks for post-polio survivors. We should all be very grateful for your efforts and I send you a big BRAVO! for this wonderful gift you give to us every month. Keep up the great work and THANK YOU! very, very much.
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