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Hi, my name is Emille!

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Emille
Emille Community member Posts: 22 Courageous
Hi all, Just joined today  I'm a mixed bag of Fibro/CFS (Chronic Fatigue Syndrome) and CPRS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome) for almost 30 years.  I live with my 10 yr old Chihuahua called Nellie Dog-Dog and occasionally do a bit of sewing - making soft toys from recycled fabric.

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  • durhamjaide2001
    durhamjaide2001 Community Co-Production Group, Scope Member Posts: 10,543 Disability Gamechanger
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    Hi I'm so sorry your post hasn't been answered sooner but welcome to this community 
  • Sandy_123
    Sandy_123 Scope Member Posts: 50,529 Disability Gamechanger
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    Hi @Emille welcome to the forum. That's a long time to suffer 30 years with your problems. 
    Nellie dog dog must fetch you lots of joy and comfort. 
    Your hobby sounds good if you want to share your soft toys and sewing, lots of members put their creations on the link below 

    KaleidoScope: Our own gallery for members' art work, crafts and photographs.

    Be nice to see you around the forum
  • Emille
    Emille Community member Posts: 22 Courageous
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    Hi Sandy and Durhamjaide - Nice to meet you ... thanks for the link to the crafts - I might try that out.  Nellie Dog-Dog is a gem - the last 10 years he has made my life so much better.  I have found it easier to cope with things - I thought getting a dog might backfire with the illness but I am glad I took the risk because it paid off :smiley:

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