Monthly Archives: November 2013

Diagnosis

You lie on a gurney and the nurse dusts your whole body with a gold powder. You are then placed into a little wooden box that’s rigged with cameras and infrared lights. The idea is to get your temperature up … Continue reading

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Testing 1,2,3

Back in September my physical therapist, Nancy suggested I get braces made. My feet were totally floppy and I couldn’t wiggle my toes. They called it foot drop. My hands were floppy as well and my fingers wouldn’t straighten anymore … Continue reading

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Mayo Clinic

I came home too sick to work. A friend of mine agreed to manage the store and we went straight back to Dr. Stuart. He literally scratched his head. He said ” he didn’t have a clue and that I … Continue reading

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The End of the Dominican Decision

We never made it to Juan’s mothers’ for lunch. And the stones that Michael had found, all broke when we got them home and tried to make a bracelet. I see that color blue a lot of places. I always … Continue reading

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Dominican Decision Part three

We just did it in reverse of getting in. Michael held my legs and the bartender bent down and grabbed me under my arms and pulled me straight out and into my chair. The drying off would be done by … Continue reading

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Dominican Decision Part two

The resort was stunning and we had already called about a handicap room so we weren’t worried in the slightest. Here was our problem, the resort isn’t handicap accessible.  I wait in the golf cart while Michael checked us in because … Continue reading

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The Dominican Decision

The first ankle sprain was getting out of the shower. I just rolled it over. It happened again and my head went through our bathroom cabinet. I missed the sharp wooden corner by an inch. It rolled again getting into … Continue reading

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