Skipping out on your regularly scheduled Tuesday question to wish my beautiful, talented, brilliant Asthma Girl a very Happy 12th Birthday.
She’s come a long way. Thanks for sharing our story!
Happy Birthday AG…I hope it’s a fabulous one, and all your dreams come true!
Happy Birthday, indeed.
Wishing a beautiful tweenager a wonderful day and importantly, good lung health for the year to come.
Bless you all,
Happy birthday AG!
Happy belated birthday!
Welllll, I already know she had an awesome birthday , but that picture is just AWESOME.
Happy birthday! 12 is awesome. I loved being 12.
Happy birthday. Your story has benefited many asthmatics.
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Exploring our way through the Denver area, the Front Range, and beyond.
Red Rocks at Roxborough
Eldorado Canyon in Boulder
Fall Aspens at Kenosha Pass
Rocky Mountain National Park
Making Nebulizers Easier
Easing the Asthma Cough
Giving Liquid Meds
Entertaining Flaring Children
I live a mile high in Colorado. At this altitude, we all get a little breathless.
One of us more than the others.
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