Tuesday, May 10, 2011

A Snapshot Of My Life.

Pedro Friedeberg.

Yesterday morning, there was briefly no sunshine, by the late afternoon the local bar, had many people sitting outside enjoying the sun.

Today is the same; the sunshine seems to be getting brighter, as the clouds move away revealing blue skies.

Last night I felt that my arms were very stiff, so took a 2 mg diazepam, which relaxed my arms.

I slept very well, as the diazepam helped to relax me enough to stop me worrying about my arms.

Waking this morning was also relaxed as my arms were not quite so painfully cramped up, as they often are.

Doing my arm exercises, pulling myself off the mattress, even if not as far as I used to do previously is good.

These exercises are crucial; I feel that they help to keep my arms functioning so that I can keep typing.

Which is so important for me to do, writing everyday gives me a lot of pleasure, since doing this daily since February 2009, I have realised that I like writing.

I enjoy it, doing it daily has made me good at it, these days I write short pieces, each one is a snapshot of my life with MS.


awb said...

I enjoy reading it, so win win!


janis said...

I love your Snapshots...& love you♥

Herrad said...

Hi Andy,
Thanks for coming by and for your kind comment.
You are right it is a win win situation.
Glad you like reading my blog.

Herrad said...

Hi Janis,
Thanks for your visit and kind comment, glad you like my snapshots.

Dan Digmann said...

Jennifer and I always enjoy reading your posts and we wish you the best!! :-) Dan

Herrad said...

Hi Dan,
Lovely to see your comment, good to know Jennifer and you read my blog.
All my best wishes to you both too.

Anonymous said...

Your writing each day gives us pleasure as well.~Mary

Herrad said...

Hi Mary,
Thanks for your kind comment and for coming by, good to know you like reading my posts.

Webster said...

I'm so glad that just a little bit of diazepam helped you regain some comfort. I feel better knowing that you're feeling better.

Herrad said...

Hi Webster,
Thanks for your visit and lovely comment.
I am feeling better.
Hope you are doing well.
Big hug.