GalPal Power Update: Feb 27-March 3

Erin: I hope everyone living near Karla (Oakville) is keeping safe in the ton of snow we are getting! I just shoveled the driveway for the 3rd time today!

Hospital Update

Pat: Hi Karla, So excited to hear the news that you’re part of this first cannabis trial. That’s so cool. And you’re looking totally glam today! 💋

Libby Gunn: Very cool, Karla! (And nice for me that I met that doctor and can picture you in that office.)
And I listened to your podcast twice. Very courageous, interesting, and hopefully also therapeutic for you. Thank you for sharing with us all. Wish I could reach through cyberspace and give you a big hug! ♥

Cristina Duguay: On this 1st of March we celebrate Spring in Europe. And with a symbol that you pin up on your colar! Happy MARTISOR Karla. This is for you and for all friends in this galchat. Here is more about it

Linda Radcliffe: Happy Martisor to both Pat and Cristina! And to everyone on the GalPal chat! My great-niece Margo (whom Karla knows) lives in Bucharest; it’ll be fun for me to wish her Happy Martisor; she’ll SO wonder how I know about this special day!

Linda Radcliffe: Cristina, here is my great-niece Margo’s reply to my “Happy Martisor” greeting: “Oh my gosh martisor is such a big deal around here. In the morning outside the public school we drive by, there was traffic from all the Kids buying Flowers for their teachers. Those little martisor trinkets being given by everyone. My WhatsAppgroups were inundated with greetings!” Thanks again, C!!”

Cristina Duguay: ❤🤗

Rachel Ross: Karla – this interview with Selma Blair reminds me of what you said in your pod cast about being relieved when you finally got a diagnosis. She is very brave and optimistic like you.

https://abcnews.go.com/GMA/Culture/selma-blair-opens-tears-relief-ms-diagnosis/story?id=61310469

Annie G: Sharing….A wonderful Self worth mantra …

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