I hope everyone is doing well, the best they can and not getting any worse. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
I know I've been grossly remiss in not checking in and I believe in, "No Excuses No Explanations
," aspects dealing with responsibility.
Allow me to share a Reader's Digest version update with you, if I may.
Nothing improving with the primary neurological progressive diseases, symptoms and side effects. I posted an article on my personal blog detailing my unexpected surgery after rupturing my left bicep, which I'm sure many of you will find very humorous and others just glad to hear it.
I under estimated the deterioration of my muscles, attempted to "slightly" slide a desk, and heard a loud "POP!" I looked down and saw my bicep roll up into my shoulder, leaving my arm useless. No pain but my body knew something because I immediately felt faint and sat down. The surgery took 3 hours in the hospital, but it took 4 and-a-half hours to bring me out of the anesthesia. The worst pain I have ever experienced when the Morphine wore off, requiring a Rx for a narcotic pill form of Morphine over the following week just to tolerate the situation.
I do try and post on my Facebook page a couple times a week and even that has become a challenge. I'm trying to hold out well enough to attend my son's wedding in Ohio in June, as a major life's goal right now. Like I didn't have enough going on, due to file corruption I had to do a complete hard drive wipe and clean install of my Windows 7 operating system. Thank goodness for my DELL Tech Support contract, it only took two phone calls and five days work on my part, but well worth it.
Joyce and I are getting out of town and going to our beach resort timeshare for a welcomed change of scenery and relaxation. As badly as things have progressed, my doctor and Joyce keep telling me we "knew this was going to happen," (get worse) and to follow my own advice to, "Evaluate, Adapt, And Overcome; Accept No Limits In Life.
" Sounds like good advice to me and it's working so far.
That's about it for now. May Peace and Healing Health be with you.