I was just discussing with my wife that I am tired of not feeling like myself! I believe this is my way of starting to deal with the fact that I will never feel like I used too. The neurologist I saw before I left Virginia said I had not yet dealt with my disease. I strongly disagreed with her then, but maybe she was right. Since the move to Florida, my wife and I have noticed changes for the worse in my mental and physical condition. This disease is progressing and I know it. Up to now, I may have been in denial like others were. But now, it seems I may have a fight on my hands.
On another note. I have received a number of telephone calls from friends used to work with. Their telephone calls are great therapy for me. I enjoy hearing their voices and discussing the issues of the day. Politics, sports, work, their's not mine. They seldom ask how my disease is progressing and I appreciate that. I love to get their calls, I miss them.
So, that's the sate of me, today. But, like a tide moving on the sand, this will change too. I like that. Change is good.