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Parent message:
03.27.03
21:47
I have a sister with CP
Current message:
03.31.03
16:20
hey
aleisha zikowitz (sweetnaqt28@aol.com)
hey there, i am a little bit older than you are, but i have cp. i also have two sisters. i know its going to be hard. but just hang in there. my case is very mild. but i dont let it stop me. my advice to you is to treat her as if she were no different. because really she isnt. she could probably teach you a few things or two!
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04.03.03
09:51
Hey sister CP
Roxan Duran (raleguire@oconee.k12.sc.us)
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