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Re: Storms
  • Subject: Re: Storms
  • From: Aplfgcnys@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 26 May 2013 14:46:31 -0400 (EDT)

Hope it works for you, too.  Anyway it's worth a try.
In a message dated 5/26/2013 2:44:07 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
gardenqueen@gmail.com writes:

I may  try that Auralie, mine's been acting up too.  thanks.

On Sun,  May 26, 2013 at 1:06 PM, <Aplfgcnys@aol.com> wrote:

> I'm so  sorry to hear about your arthritis, Zem.  At the risk of being
>  called stupid or
> ridiculous, I feel I should urge you to wear a copper  bracelet.
> Hear me out.  In the summer of 1952 when we  were on our honeymoon, we  
> an
> automobile  accident.  This was before the days of seatbelts. I had   been
> sitting
> crosslegged yoga-fashion and my knees were  slammed into the dashboard.
>  They
> were badly bruised and  swollen but when we got X-rays they were not
> broken.  The
>  doctor who treated me said, you're lucky in a way, but be sure you are
>  going to have
> a bad case of arthritis from this.  Well, he was  right.  In a few  years 
> was really
> hobbling.   Then someone encouraged me to wear a copper bracelet.   Now,
>  more than
> 50 years later I have no arthritic pains.  I do have  sciatica, but  that
> comes from a spinal
> injury within the  last  20 years.
> Some doctors laugh at me, but at least  two have looked at my hands and
> observed
> that they show no  arthritic deformation.  Another doctor has said,  just 
>  whatever you
> need to do. So I am convinced that if I can get around as  well as I do at
> 84 there must
> be something to it.  So, at  least give it a try.  It can't hurt,  and it 
> a lot less  expensive
> than other treatments.  Wear the bracelet all the time  - not just
> occasionally.  I have
> passed this on to  several others, and they all report good success.
> And enjoy  all the spring blossoms.  My peonies are beginning to open,   
> promise
> to be especially productive this  year.
> Auralie
> In a message dated  5/25/2013 10:54:06 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> zemuly@comcast.net  writes:
> I agree  with you about how well everything is  blooming this year. My
> arthritis is  worse than it has been in  years because of this cool
> weather. This morning  it was in the  50s when I left for work. My whining
> aside, I am grateful we   have escaped all the storms, we are good with
> rainfall, my yard  looks  better than it has in years, and we are
> experiencing a  gorgeous weekend. I  hope you all have a safe Memorial
>  Day.

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