Stay Safe!

Anything on your mind that isn't about RLS? It's nice to realize that there is life beyond this disease and have an opportunity to get to know our online family in a different context.
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Re: Stay Safe!

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I guess one good thing is that I've convinced my two sons, who live in different cities and never talk to each other, to have a video-visit with me once a week. They end up talking more than I do, and it's helping them get to know each other better. They're only 5 years apart in age, but very different in temperament.
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Re: Stay Safe!

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badnights wrote:I guess one good thing is that I've convinced my two sons, who live in different cities and never talk to each other, to have a video-visit with me once a week. They end up talking more than I do, and it's helping them get to know each other better. They're only 5 years apart in age, but very different in temperament.
How wonderful!
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Re: Stay Safe!

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Great to get them talking and they may discover they have more to talk about than they realise.
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