My head so full of things to say or share or do... but sometimes, before they get out, I forget. So I take notes. Lots of notes. Sometimes actually writing things down. Ideas, thoughts, stories, plans, sketches, pictures -- our current technology helps me maintain focus.
I haven't had the mental or physical capability since this whole ordeal began a full year ago to go for a run. I used to run twice a week. I'm just now back from one. I was only out for about 20 minutes and, yes, it was a bit of a run/walk. It consisted of … Continue reading Full Speed Ahead!
Gifts from Daisy -- somewhat fitting it's now been a year since it happened... and that it highlights the temporal lobe.
For the first time, in nearly one entire year, I don’t feel continuously inebriated.
I suffer from short-term remembery loss.It was entertaining when I first saw Dory in Finding Nemo. It was slightly more amusing when I saw the backstory in Finding Dory.Now that I live it, it’s hilarious.Frustrating, yes.But I can’t change it, so I might as well embrace the humor.I’m not at all “Ten Second Tom” level … Continue reading …short-term remembery loss.
I refuse to think of myself as “handicapped” — nor any other variant of the word. (handi-capable? differently-abled?) Yes, I now use a cane every now and again — and with a regularity and at times that most people likely wouldn’t comprehend. Yes, I’m still finding a way to work with the limitations that were … Continue reading Handicap? Just Handy, Thanks
Nearly. From the infection, that is. Here we are, September, and I’ve a couple things on my To Do list, that I’m hoping to have done soon: -a work trip… once this bloody PICC line is removed, of course. -rebuilding the primer/fuel filter assembly on the truck. -getting a mount/ledge assembled for my exercise bike. … Continue reading Nearly Healed…?