Day 5 in assisted living. I know that this was originally supposed to be a photo blog but not really. It was always about the life and imagination of the guy behind the camera. Sickness and getting old were always themes in the sense that I was always conscious of the quickness of life. A … Continue reading PHOTO JOURNAL
Two strokes. One on the left. Did more damage. One on the right. Just effected my right hand. Some spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spine), neuropathy in the left leg, and a few other things like Crohn's (under control) and a tremor in both hands.
I'm on Medicaid. And that means I can and do have a health aide woman, Marie, that comes by 4 times a week for 4 hours a day. I have two sisters that are around to help.
A Tough Day I had a neurology follow up yesterday, Mt. Sinai, Dr. Neuro 2, at 2 pm. It was the first time I was going to use Access-A-Ride (A-A-R). A-A-R is run by the city for people that can't use public transit. To get it you fill out a bunch of forms, and then … Continue reading You Know How To Make The Appointment