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Re: Parks Family in Van Buren, Conway or Cleburne
Posted by: brenda Smith (ID *****2618) Date: June 28, 2004 at 18:28:27
In Reply to: Re: Parks Family in Van Buren, Conway or Cleburne by Aubrey Smith of 822

Hello and thanks for the advice. I first had back trouble in 1993. They found two 6mm spaces in my back. Tokk a couple of weeks to get back on my feet but never was the same again. It has only gone out a few times since then and only once was it as bad. My dad died in December and Larry decided I needed something to take my mind off dad. So we painted a couple of rooms in January, kees got kind of sore but not like in April. I can barely stand up, then have to wait to walk, never comfortable in any position. Then, the pinched nerve, had the needles stuck all over and said it is bad. One thing though that pain is nearly gone and never once has my back hurt. Hard to believe the nerve can pinch like that and back never hurt. I got a shot in the knee two weeks ago and now need another one. Begining to have trouble getting up again and walking.

I hope to find more info soon on most of my lines, I had only a few names when I started so I feel like I have accomplished a lot. Do have a couple back to 1600's just the ones I really am interested in seem to be the hardest to find anything on. Thanks again Brenda


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