Hello again from Norway!

    • Anonymous
      May 21, 2006 at 5:54 pm

      So nice to be back. Had to wait for the split-up into categories again, because the whole forum at once got too much to navigate in for me:confused:

      I’m still improving after my Rituxan treatment a year ago, now I even manage to write with two fingers on my new lap-top keyboard after having had to use the cursor on a screen keyboard for years. (A lot of strange things happen on the screen while I write, though, but usually I find out how to get back tgo what I intended to do).

      Looking forward to be in touch with you all again, I try to give you a glimpse of where I spend my summer: the view from my living-room window

    • Anonymous
      May 21, 2006 at 6:40 pm

      Hi Allaug welcome. I find the picture so beautiful. It must be very relaxing sitting outside and having a view like that.


    • Anonymous
      May 21, 2006 at 6:55 pm

      Hi Allaug,

      Welcome back to the family. That view is breathtaking and you are so lucky to be able to sit there and enjoy the beauty. ๐Ÿ™‚

    • Anonymous
      May 21, 2006 at 8:53 pm

      So nice to see you back Allaug, that view is beautiful. Mind if we all come visit? ๐Ÿ™‚


    • Anonymous
      May 21, 2006 at 10:57 pm

      Hi Allaug,
      Glad to see you made it across the big pond. Given more time, I think the forum will get even better. When improvements come, post some more about rituxan. We need to build up lost posts.

    • Anonymous
      May 22, 2006 at 6:34 am

      Great view! Keep up the progress!

    • Anonymous
      May 22, 2006 at 12:32 pm

      Good to meet you Allaug, here on our trans-Atlantic cyber crossing! Now able to post on this and the UK forum. I hope that folk will not be snobbish and post only on one or the other.
      We are supposed to set off to Germany’s Harz region on Wednesday afternoon but the dreadful wet and stormy weather is causing me untold (except for growls and grumbles) problems of tightened foot muscles and now up to my right knee. Hope it eases for driving across the Netherlands and into Germany on Thursday.
      If I do not post for some 17 days you will know we’ve made it!:p

    • Anonymous
      May 22, 2006 at 10:47 pm

      Welcome back Allug, I enjoyed your posts of the UK forum when this one was down. Your view is breathtaking, how much Norway looks like northern Minnesota, similar climate as well. I will attempt to attach a photo or link to our summer cabin.But if it doesn’t work it is a completely siolated small island with no other cabins in site. I could not get up there for 3 summers due to my CIDP, how much I missed it. I hope you are feeling well, congrats on being able to type with two fingers, that is how I have always had to write my posts since I got CIDP…
      PS sorry, couldn’t figure out how to size it for this forum, or how to copy the link! How sad is that, as I used to teach computer skills before I got sick…

    • Anonymous
      May 23, 2006 at 5:33 pm

      Hi, and thanks for all the welcoming replies!:D

      I remember a few of the threads from the old forum, not the complete contents of course, but the topics. I could start them anew, and see if people were interested in sharing their experiences once more, and add new ones.

      At the moment I remember we were talking about getting\not getting colds, how stress influences CIDP\PDN(my variety of polyneuropathy), how successful Rituxan treatment has been for CIDP\PDN, and of course my favourite:”Daily Delights”.;)

      I really think it’s a pity that attached photos don’t appear in the post itself anymore, it made them much more lively! And I also hope that the number of smilies will increase in due course, I miss all the options we used to have.

      When it comes to down-sizing photos for posting here, Picasa (which one can download from the Net for free) made it so much easier for me – with a little explanation from my son, that is.

      Do you remmber the flower-bed I told you I managed to weed last year? Well, to-day’s attatchment is of this bed with tulips. Later the perennials will blossom one after the other, and I will try to keep you posted!