I have been trying to be optimistic, taking my medication and looking forward but it is amazing how quickly it all comes tumbling down! I started the week feeling a little “odd” I didn’t think it was anything in particular so I ignored it. On Wednesday I decided to go fishing, I got up early packed my stuff on the buggy and went, I had only been fishing for a couple of hours and then I had a seizure!! All my confidence vanished, I became despondent about my job searching, getting my driving licence back and just being normal again. I am still not right but I will try to start next week afresh and rebuild what I had, it is probably not worth mentioning the “episode” to the neurologist as she will mess with my medication and my 12 month wait to drive will start again, I have never driven when unwell and wouldn’t start to do so now. I will definitely get a life jacket for fishing but I was OK this time as I was sitting on my buggy with the seatbelt on and well back from the edge of the river. I’m guessing that as these things happen I will will start to recognise the signs and the things that contribute to them occurring then I can avoid future problems?
Sorry for the miserable post but it helps me when I get stuff said because I don’t tell my family about every little thing, they all have their own things to deal with.
Here is a nice picture of Indy so I can end the posting on a cheerful note.
The Wiccaweys dog needing a home today is Piper
Piper returned to us from her home after quite a period of time as their circumstances changed.
Piper is hilarious. We adore her. She is a feisty, bossy collie girl who knows her own mind and likes her routine. If you love strong willed bossy girls you will adore her, if you don’t then you won’t cope with her as she is an adorable old battleaxe of the first order! HUGE character! She loves her bed and dinners! She isn’t a brilliant traveller as she tries to herd cars if loose in a vehicle. If crated, she is OK. She would like a home with limited travelling. She is good with cats and dogs she knows.