A Description of my Recovery from My brain Injuries
I have to vent. And you guys are the unfortunate recipient of it. I am so sick and tired of not being allowed to drive. Not that I have anywhere to go, but I would like the ability to go there. The club would be a nice place.
I havenít fenced since NAC is Dallas and I am hoping to fence before nationals. I am back to doing my 100 lunges a day in the garage. Last night I thought about bringing the frame home with the spare chair and a box so others could come to me. I asked around
I feel so torn. All right, I used not having my chair and having to use a right handed chair on Friday for an excuse. And I'm sure it had some affect on me.
However, I still just sat there and watched straight attacks land or I knew what they were going to do and the command to parry and counter was either not there or a beat too late. When I got hit in the head I was stunned aand despite moving my head to try to correct it my double vision from my stroke is moving in from where
Well, Another Saturday where I cannot find a ride to fence. I feel like a little kid where Mommy won't drive me cause she has to do something else.
I am so frustrated. I have fenced twice since my stroke in October.
Don't give me advice about services that drive you. The only thing I have found are dicounts to public transit, or programs that will drive you if you are in that program. Sorry, this is just my place to express my frustrations.
You guys are the
I finally had a ride to the club. It was worth every minute of it. I am having some issues right now balance wise. So I know what to look for when I go to Dallas. It isnít like walking like a drunk, it is just little things like I canít sit down smoothly and when I go to lift or stand it is like I donít even have the limb, it just doesnít respond.
As for fencing, I was fencing a relatively good fencer for a while and I did OK. There are episodes where I just take a vacation and