So here's the shocker of the week.
Last night Kim "reacted" to my racing around before bed (turning off the lights and locking the doors, etc.) by racing me to the stairs. Kim was just trying to be faster than me, but without thinking about it, she ran. I saw her run. You could call it a light jog, but for the briefest of moments, she was completely airborne!
I looked at her in shock and said "how long have you been able to do that?" She said, "two seconds, you think if I could run, I'd wait to tell you?" Husbands are geniuses, aren't we?
So at 1:00 am last night there we were, timing Kim's jogging/running across the 25-foot course we have in the kitchen.
Obviously, I'll have more to say about this in my thread. But, my question for everyone is:
It's called the 25-foot walk, does that mean, by definition, timed walkers MUST walk, or can they run or jog?
Here's the best link I could find: The significant change for the Timed 25-Foot Walk in the Multiple Sclerosis Functional Composite
We are very excited, we just woke up, this was only 9-hours ago. Ken