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MMT 2014 MS Awareness Week series part three: spotlight on Eric Roberson

March 7, 2014

Good morning everyone,
Here is an interview on MS from an musical artist who is very popular in the United States. The interview is interesting, and because I was so impressed, and I am a lover of music, I went to his website to listen to his music. I have to say Mr. Roberson has gained a new fan.
Shalom,
Pat Garcia

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5 Comments
  1. Thanks so much Patricia for this share! I am so glad I was able to introduce you to Eric and his music, and very grateful that you enjoyed the awareness piece enough to share. Appreciate your love and support as always and know that you are a LIGHT! 🙂

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    • Girlfriend,

      Thank you. I needed to hear that today. It is so nice knowing that you are somewhere out there in good old internet land.
      Take care and keep moving forward. You are a light to me too.

      Shalom,
      Patricia

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  2. What an interesting interview. I had no idea about this wife’s health. I applaud him for standing by her. I wish more people were like that. Thanks!

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    • Hi My Dear Friend,
      Yes, his love and admiration for his wife is something to applaud. This man is setting a very nice example of what families can be like. There is a lot of potential out there. We only need people who believe in that potential and are willing to live by it as he is.
      Thank you for visiting my blog.
      Shalom,
      Pat

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  3. Pat, you truly set examples for all young ladies and men to follow. Your writings inspires me to read and study your emails, because it opens my mind in positive thinking. I pray you and I could sit down one day and process our backgrounds. I thank God several times daily how He has blessed us. Your father has always encouraged me about the seriousness of church. Finally Pat, keep writing those eye opening positive words in helping me with my daily prayers. Thanks!
    Latest news: Maggie’s husband, Erskine A. Cartwright passed last month. He was cremated. The memorial and repast were attended by approx. 200 participants. Maggie was hospitalized at MCG for approx. 2 weeks. She was transferred to the Keysville Nursing for a 20 day rehab.

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