Today’s planned wiring has been canceled, due to me having a pain flare and curiousmay9 being indisposed, as well. I’m hoping I’ll get enough better to go to the PSE meet-n-greet tonight, though. We have to drive shadowkatt across town for delivery to grandparents anyway, so we might as well try, right?
We did pick up the spool of wire—thank you, dwivian and elfgirl!
I didn’t know there was any mystery to it, but I suppose that’s scientists for you.
Scientists discover ‘the point’ of grannies — that story is gone, so have another link for it: https://phys.org/news/2021–11-science-grannies-good.html
Has anyone tried this? They offer books on CD through NetFlix-like deal.
Oh—in case you haven’t heard of it,
Mentura is similar to NetFlix but offers a lot more educational/non-fiction selections.
Since I don’t feel like I can write much that will actually be coherent, here’s the Top Ten Ways to Know Your Brain is Affected by Fibromyalgia
1) You confuse your right arm with your left leg.
2) You discover fourteen different routes home from work, when in actuality there are only two. This one is especially apt for me, as I’ve gotten utterly disoriented several times in the last week while driving routes that I’ve driven innumerable times in the past.
2) You avoid salad bars because too many decisions are involved.
4) Pre-schoolers challenge you to chess games.
5) The national weather forecast issues a fog warning in your brain.
6) You get distracted by clouds while driving.
7) People seem more interested in talking to your pets than to you.
8) You write yourself daily reminders that read, “don’t forget to breathe, eat, and sleep today.”
9) You consistently lose memory games played with your two-year-old son.
10) You’ve made mistakes on your last fifty checks written.
From Laugh at Your Muscles by Mark J. Pellegrino, MD.