- Nov 20, 2000
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Sense of Humour is so important.Morning all,
Thank you each & every one of you for all your kind thoughts & prayers. l am moved & so grateful for this wonderful community of lovely people. 🥰
Mr T got his MRI last evening, a horrible experience for him as he's very claustrophobic, but hopefully when the doctor sees him today we'll have a better idea of what to expect. He's also spent time with a physiotherapist, so he should be getting some tips on ways to strengthen his weaker leg. He has a bad knee on that side already, so it'll need to be done carefully. He's now waiting for an echocardiogram to check that his heart is ok, & for a speech therapist to see him. He can talk, but unless he speaks slowly it's quite hard to understand him at the moment.
As you can imagine, this is all very frustrating for him, but he seems to be behaving himself, & he hasn't lost his sense of humour.
As much as l usually enjoy some alone time, l am missing him loads at home, but l am feeding myself & managing to get some sleep. And l'll try to get a few things done before l go to visit him this afternoon. l wore Samsara again for bed last night, & l'll be sitting out the synch today in Smuggler's Soul again.