Robin Smith
Robin Smith

Welcome to my website.  This site will focus on all the things in my world that I love and enjoy….family, food, fun, God, healthy living,  travel, parenting, social media, technology and life in general.

Everyone has a story.  This blog is sort of like my story!   I hope people will respond and share their stories.

Life is short and we need to celebrate the special moments, no matter how small.  This is part of my celebration!

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5 thoughts on “Welcome!

  1. Nancy Barnett says:

    Good Luck on this, your newest endeavor! I will keep checking back to see what words of wisdom you have to give.

    1. Thanks…not sure it will be words of wisdom. Maybe just look what I am going through and here is how I am managing! Thanks for stopping by and please do come back!

  2. Congratulations! I love getting to know you. You are an amazing woman. So glad to have you in my circle of friends and look forward to getting to know you more in 2014.
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    1. Thanks for the response. I am enjoying learning more about you as well. Also learning all the PR secrets. 2014 is going to be an awesome year for many of us!

  3. Jill Wagner says:

    Thanks so much for sharing your story. I live about 20 miles from Bedford, give or take. I’m about two miles from the Flight 93 Memorial Entrance so we must be practically neighbors. 🙂 I had emailed you through youtube earlier.

    I am pretty sure I have Hyperparathyroidism. I’m really having a hard time of it. The only thing I don’t have is kidney stones. I have been to two endocrinologists so far. Ugh. I’m getting really frustrated plus I’m feeling worse. The first Endo at UPMC told me I have Hyperparathyroidism. He did additional tests “to make sure”. After those he said I had FHH (Familial Hypercalciuric Hyperparathyroidism) which is just a way of saying you genetically have high calcium. Well that is VERY rare. So I took myself to another Endo in Pittsburgh. I see him again in December. I did find a very good website called Parathyroid.com. It’s maintained by an Endo Surgeon who does nothing by parathyroidectomies and it’s very informative. After reading this website I’m pretty sure I have Hyperparathyroidism. My PCP, for whom I work, did some testing for Lyme Disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis. Both were negative. He told me he doesn’t really know that much about Hyperparathyroidism. Everyone keeps telling me “it’s just your age, it’s menopause”. I’m only 48 so it’s not like I’m old. It’s not menopause either. I had a total hysterectomy about 4 years ago and my symptoms started two years ago. I’m starting to lose hope. Thanks for letting me rant. It’s just nice to know there is someone who can empathize with me. Jill Wagner

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