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Dr. Diana, both a doctor (therapeutic optometrist), and a recovered POTS and ME/CFS patient, offers help and hope for POTS, Dysautonomia, Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, Chronic Fatigue, Chronic Lyme, vascular abnormalities, Fibromyalgia, and Multiple Sclerosis. Dr. Diana is now working full time at POTS Care.
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I like the rose, I can almost smell it. The panoramic skyscape is my favourite, closely followed by the cemetry grasses. What is the lovely delicate pale blue flower called ?
Awesome,! I love the fall colors. Where do you live? I am in Texas and we don’t get the same fall colors as in other places I have live
Barbra thank you! I am unsure what the name of the blue flower, as it is a wildflower, but I thought it was a neat picture. That panoramic skyscape was taken in my backyard at sunrise. I just love that time of day. Thank you for looking at my pictures and thank you for commenting! gentle hugs xo
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