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waiting4dawn

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waiting4dawn

Newly diagnosed in Seattle. Anyone here from Seattle? :wavey:

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juxtaposition

I am! I haven't been diagnosed, going to the doctor's tomorrow but. I'm pretty sure......

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waiting4dawn

Hi Juxtaposition! Nice to connect with you. :) How are you doing?

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Kaitokun

Another seattle person here too! Feel free to send a message to talk or somethin

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Space Voyager

I'm from the outer Seattle area....I still count it as Seattle. :p So heeeeeeey

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