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So last week, we got ourselves diagnosed. It was difficult, but worth it. Then we found our way through the ADHD maze. On Friday I went on a bit of a rant. Sorry. Good for my stats, not for disseminating information. But it’s okay now, I got it out of my system.
“Maps! Maps! Get your maps here.”
Today, we’re going to embark on a journey through the rest of our lives. No, don’t go yet. This isn’t a bus tour, there’s no tour guide. We’ll have a meeting here, then head out on our own. We can keep in touch, but we all have different things to do. I, for instance, have to clean out my dining room so my motorcycles will fit in there.

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