drsclafani wrote:i would prefer patients to take a week but who can afford it at any rate i warn all my patients to take it easy but some, ahem will overdue it because its a helluva town, broadways up and the battery is down....i guess cece's battery just got run down
Mixed bag or not, my doctor worked miracles in an hour-and-fifteen-minute procedure.
1eye wrote:Don't be surprised if you backslide a little. Don't be surprised if even your new rechargeables give out on you, but know this:
If your experience is anything like mine, you will notice eventually that you will continue to improve, and that improvement, though slow sometimes, has become the new norm. I still can't walk (funny to read about gait when you don't really have one), but I put on my clothes almost all standing up today! I sang a song today, while playing, for the first time in years and years. Seems like forever, but it seems also like yesterday. Like Pete Seeger said about playing guitar, it's like walking: takes about a year to learn, after that it comes natural.
I still get worse at about 6PM, but didn't that used to happen at about 4?
Welcome back to the world. (-:
THEGREEKFROMTHED wrote:CECE, congratulations on your successes thus far and the ones coming in the future! Boy has this guy gotten good considering I think I was flat for a fuzz over three hours on his guerny! Wadda you think if I give it another year Sal, 1/2 hour?
Exciting stuff...please though Cece calm down..rest...dont push it...there will be plenty time to celebrate!
nellie wrote:Cece--Welcome back. Glad you're doing well & experiencing positive improvements. Miss your views & expertiese on the forum but know you need to rest for now.
tzootsi wrote:I haven't been to the New York area in many years, but I had many chocolate egg creams at various soda fountains there. A chocolate egg cream is a concoction of chocolate syrup, seltzer, and milk- very delicious!
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