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Good evening Mr. Montel....,
I know you probably won't read this, but I'm writing in hopes that you do. Recently, I was diagnosed with MS, and it affects my right leg and my walking. Today my Mom said to me are you going to give up or fight.
I want very badly to fight this and walk. My life now consist of work, home and church. I don't do anything because I don't want people saying I'm too slow. Yes, I'm slow but I keep to point A and B.
My birthday is May 5th, I had my getaway all paid for, but when this happened I cancelled everything because I felt that I was not going to be able to enjoy myself. I'm going to pray and fight because my desire is to walk.
Sometimes it's hard to stand and cook a meal. I think the meds that I'm on is causing me to gain weight. Can't really do any walking, can't afford a treadmill, so I TRY to do a little exercise in doors. If you get this please respond by saying I GOT IT.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
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