- We went to marina park and rode the chair around. cut too short- kids played on a zipline & swings
- I had a runny nose and tons of sneezing yesterday and looked up, “is a runny nose a symptom of coronavirus?” and it said yes it was
- The steroids they gave me at my infusion helped the pinched nerve in my neck
- Randy, the disabled practitioner. (It’s not my first time working with a disabled practitioner- see “New AFO Brace”)
- Temporary Services’ Book Waste Book
- Spanish Wordle hole in one
- Ate Sunday sauce and it was too rich.. it wrecked me
- Heard a Mississippi records special on the radio. “portland art museum”
- give thanks and praise that I may be able to produce Hoppin Hot Sauce
- Donate to your local nonprofit community radio station- get a t shirt
- Wee Man had friends
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- Whether or not to rinse the dishes
- NY Times Disabled hikers article about Disabled Hikers’ guides & the GRIT chair. Contacted them and asked if it would work for one arm
- Went to get tested for antibody response and I got the results back and it seems like I don’t have very many antibodies. I sent it to my MS doctor and asked her what it meant
- I marinated chicken legs with sumac and za’atar from Ottolenghi. Lots of spice, but more complicated than yogurt and hot sauce. I’ve got to stop using recipes
- I could have done Hoppin Hot Sauce and yogurt and it would’ve been fine, and easier
- Sent a sauce sample to San Leandro Times with a letter and a copy of the newsletter
- Signed the kids up for baseball, AA and t-ball
- I want to join KALX in the summer
I went to Costco on the Saturday before Thanksgiving. On accident, of course I didn’t think about it.
I went to the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University.
I had to position myself to avoid the glare. The Rodin, they had “The Thinker”. So, I went into the gallery and saw that and I had to kind of position myself all around it. And because you have to spend so much, because I had to spend so much time positioning myself, I couldn’t do this kind of casual looking. It really changed the way I looked at stuff. I had to look kind of more actively. It was interesting. Anyway, it was just a really cool experience having been to so many art shows in my life. It was totally new way of doing it, but I enjoyed it. I did it. I’m going to do it again, I think that’s cool and so cool stuff with the wheelchair, positive things.
I appeared on another MS Podcast, the YEG MS Podcast. Read on..Read transcript
I have a wheelchair and I busted it out over the weekend. It was kind of a big deal. I’ve never ridden around in a wheelchair before. We’ve talked about it before on the podcast that I’ve got the wheelchair, but also that I’m kind of apprehensive about riding around in a wheelchair. But I did it. I was with my family. I had gone to see my cousin Amy in the hospital where she’s recovering. We talked about that last episode. And then my wife who had been in nanny in San Francisco was like, “There’s a playground right around here in Golden Gate Park and kids love it. Let’s go there.” And I thought, “maybe I’ll ride my wheelchair around.”
My life feels totally different now
I have a lot more energy and I am much more present. I’m able to think complicated thoughts.