Hair breathing wild with the wind.
Laughing with no fear.
Heart pulsing with the waves.
She kisses the earth with her bare feet.

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To dream, to love, to surf, to wander.
She found her freedom.
Muse: Angie Johnson

13 thoughts on “Angie

    • There are two specialty ofiecfs I would like to work in. My interest are in the nervous system and the endocrine system.In the 12 years I have been with my boyfriend, he has lost two sisters and a brother to different forms of lupus. He also lost his mother to the disease before 20 years before I met him. I feel working with an endocrinologist or neurologist I will be able to learn more on how these system works.The proctologist office would be at the bottom of the list. After experiencing a lower GI to rule out problems in my stomach. I refuse to go through that again.

      • Getting well again is tough. My wife gets yearly colonoscopies…and it is an ordeal for BOTH of us. She had a cancerous polyp last year and is disabled (so I help her with personal care). But, Praise God, she has passed her 20th year of surviving endometrial cancer!

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