Not really I suppose, but sometimes it’s difficult to dream up ways of passing time.

I’m still studying the Physiotherapy course, and learning all sorts of things from it, which may help with the recovery, I’m still progressing with things in every day life, and can do more and more day by day, but it’s so grindingly slow.

Problem is that my mind is faster than my feet as it were!

Still – on the bright side I’m not doing some of the silly things, touch wood, like falling over, and I am making a positive effort to make use of my affected side to pick things up, and open doors etc. I’m not having to think and plan to do these things, rather they are becoming more natural for me to do automatically,

So let’s think on the better side of life, it feels more comfortable. It’ll soon be spring, and warmer, going out weather with a bit of luck. Polish up the scooter for some trips around and about.

We will soon become GREAT grandparents, which is a miracle in itself, and now I’ve decided it’s not as boring as it first seemed, so there.

2018 is promising to be a good year.



Author: tonys1stroke

I am a 74 year old stroke victim (partially paralysed), but in recovery mode, who wishes to share information (in both directions) and have a moan about things in general - fun innit

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