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terrycolorado
09-28-2007, 07:20 AM
hello everyone how are we all doing today im hangin in there :lol:
i guess this is where i tell you about me ?
im turning 43 on the first ive been diagnosed for mmm i think 4 yrs i sometimes forget ha ha ha but i do no that its been 4 years to the day since i worked i think :lol: my name is terry im a male i live in colorado with my wonderfull wife and we have one kid left at home he is 17 today
we also have two more a boy and girl who are out in the world on their own and doing well
in my past careeers i was an auto mechanic and then the last 5 or so years i worked as a custom motorcycle builder
now i stay home and take care of my family
im pretty lucky i have sle ,ryanauds,whats the dry eye one ? that one also
but just organ involvement heart and lungs joints skin and the other minor stuff
had a heart attack in april lucky to be here im told it was the widow maker
guess im to tough to take out ha ha ha!!!!!!!!
as you can see im an upbeat person
i have been at this a while and have learned to accept it and do what i can when i can and try not to test my limits all the time just most the time lol well enough for now i was reading the guys fourm and that is what motivated me to join up so i will see you guys there and if any one has any questions feel free to ask away

Terry H

Oluwa
09-28-2007, 07:36 AM
Hi Terry,

Welcome. You do read as an upbeat guy...it helps when things get tough, eh? Your family sounds loving.

Lot of great people here, men, women of all ages who give support and also need support.

The dry one is Sjogren's Synodrome. I have the dried raisins for eyes thingy too. SLE also...

Again welcome and I'll read you around the forum again.
Oluwa

Saysusie
09-29-2007, 01:28 PM
Hi Terry :lol:
Welcome to our family. I just wanted to let you know that we have a men's forum here (if you have not already discovered it) if you'd like to meet other men with Lupus!
Being an upbeat person is rather important when dealing with Lupus and all of it's cousins (like Raynaud's and Sjorgen's). You will find that everyone here is very helpful, understanding, informative and comforting. We want you to know that you are not alone....
Again........Welcome!

Peace and Blessings
Saysusie

TERIOD
09-29-2007, 07:24 PM
OK this just aint right,,,, my name is Terry and I was a mechanic and im happily married with a 17 year old son,,, are you messin with me????

Welcome to the boards

Terry S.

terrycolorado
09-30-2007, 11:35 AM
no really im not messin with you
man it is a wierd world
lo are you kinda blondish brown hair
im guess slender 155ish
that would be wild if we looked the same lol
oh so how do i shrink photos down? all of mine are like 390 plus kb

Oluwa
09-30-2007, 03:26 PM
Hi Terry Colorado,

A Doppleganger?

Do you have Window Paint? Usually under Programs/Accessories...

If so, First make a copy of the snap..
Then open up your copy of the snap with it. Once opened with Paint.
Click..IMAGE
Click...STRETCH/SKEW
Under Stretch...
In the horizontal window change 100% to 50%
In the vertical window change 100% to 50%
Click..SAVE

You can increase the same way...100% to 125% and etc...

This method will not distort your image. If it isn't small enough. Reopen and decide how much more you need it to shrink by in percentage.. Eventually you will get the hang of how much to decrease in one attempt...

Hope this helps...
Oluwa

TERIOD
09-30-2007, 08:06 PM
naw I dont think we look alike,, not with me on prednisone,, I just hit the 250 mark and lupus has taken its toll on my hair

besides your just a young pup