well I cried (again) when I read some of your posts, but these were tears of joy, bc maybe there is light at the end of the tunnel... you made me think of all the things I would love to do... here are some of them.
longarm quilting/design, my machine has not been used in over two years. not enough muscle strength to operate it. (my passion in life)
Be the happy/active grandma I used to be to my wonderful grandkids. They only see a sad, aged, grumpy old lady now.
Get back to the gym, lift weights, treadmill etc., and my yoga - how I miss it.
Get out into the sunshine and feel the warmth on my body while I tend to my garden.
Shovel the snow from the driveway, yes, I used to love doing that. So invigorating, made me feel good.
Have a long overdue holiday, I'm too afraid to go away right now. Would so much like to book our Alaskan cruise.
Get a new Airedale puppy. I lost my beautiful Cassie in May 2013. I just don't have the strength to train a new pup at the moment.
Try to get the word out to public, physicians and our health authorities about
this dreadful disease. There is such a lack of understanding. I am compiling some literature and will be approaching public health department also the Star newspaper here in Canada.
Well now I smile just thinking about
all these things, made me feel better. What a wonderful post. Keep them coming.... Thankyou