After spending the morning between naps and trying to write letters to friends and fighting the urge to freak out because my hand shakes so badly I can barely write longhand or calligraphy, I decided to go out on the scooter to get a breath of air freshened from the rains last night.
The shaky hands began about a month ago and have become worse, though I kept thinking that it was just early morning jitters. It does not diminish, however, during the day, and I have realized that since about two weeks ago. I am hoping the damage to the spinal cord will reverse with therapy that I begin next week, and that I will be able to write normally again.
I stopped by The Den Salon where I get my hair cut and colored; they are so friendly—Judy, Heather and Jenelle—and fun. After Jenelle washed my hair (it’s impossible for me to do by myself), I sat and chatted with them and took a few photos. I can still manage to shoot without shaking too much. Thank goodness the shaking has not yet affected that, except for maybe low-light shots; but that’s what tripods are for, anyway.
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Wow! Look at you! 🙂 Out and about after surgery!!!! WOO HOO!
Great to see that you were able to get out and about. May each day bring improvement.
Your humor is intact, I see, and that’s great. I imagine you feel like pulling the fire alarm on a daily basis. I’m praying things even out for you.
The pictures say it all, Donna. Love the visual expression of desperation here!
great photos – glad that you are able to express yourself in several modes, so that you have alternatives when need drives!