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A Halloween Gathering

Looking to improvise an easy Halloween costume? Brooke’s comic shows how dressing up as an “invisible illness” is the perfect last-minute idea for any upcoming Halloween parties, or for impressing any trick-or-treaters who come to visit.

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  • Janus Galante moderator
    2 weeks ago

    Brooke,
    your cartoon hit home today. Actually, I SHOULD have been wearing a REAL ghost costume with mask!
    After spending what seemed to be most of the morning at my g.p.’s office for something that could or might not be m.s.related, xrays, etc. all the while in a small enclosed room tremors starting, anxiety starting, all other symptoms still invisible…all the while the nurse coughing and sneezing, blowing her nose. Finally I asked if she was sick!?
    “Oh no, I’m good. I’ve had this for a month.”
    Oh..okay. Thanks for sharing!
    Where’s my Casper mask when I need it?!

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