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01/29/2022 Update, Do Not Move

Hey, I just noticed I got the year right! Yep, it usually takes me a few months to write the new one.  Just a fun observation.  [I thought it was, anyway.] Sooo,…. Today was the day for my MRI of brain and cervical areas of spine.  And my mantra today was, “I will not cry, … Continue reading

01/24/2022 Update

  Time for an update.  I am finally over all the traveling throughout the holidays. Finally, I was able to get an appointment with the local Neurology office.   My primary doctor, ie family  doctor, finally found one that would see me.  Note how I worded that; “would see me”. So, I patiently waited until last … Continue reading

07/16/21 Update

It has been a while, yes?  So how has this old body been doing?   Humm, do I talk about the daily discomforts with Tarlov Cysts?  Do I talk about the daily struggle with my ligaments wanting to cramp up on me?  Do I talk about my bones hurting?  Or do I choose to talk about … Continue reading

10/06/2020 Update

I have been trying to put this update to the key board and every time I start to, I just break down.  It is not a post about “depression”, it is a post about “pain” and “anger”.  It is a post about “fear” mixed in. Saturday, I was on my bed playing a game on … Continue reading

08/09/2020 Update

New word for today, Hyperalgesia”.   08/09/2020 When a blogger has nothing to do, or cannot do anything useful, she types up a post.  You are thinking that with this new home, maybe I should be doing something to improve it.  You would be right, but…… Since my last post not too much has changed.  Maybe … Continue reading

08/05/2020 Update

Can we talk “riding in a car”?  As I have shared before, I am trying to get a working bathroom in this new home.  [New to us that is. And yes, the bathroom is working but makes me have vertigo.]  I have tried the ordering on-line, which I despise, for all the stuff a bathroom … Continue reading

07/21/2020 Update

07/20/2020 Update Triggers to discomfort is an important thing to learn for our bodies and mental distress.  With Tarlov Cysts you will find that simple, everyday actions can set you back a few days.  It is learning those activities and how you choose to deal with it/them.  Let’s share some examples. Since my cysts are … Continue reading

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