ive been busy,papered bathroom,which as they( those magnificent contractors my housing association use) have yet to do door is a bit daft. their boss did ring next day as promised,and yes,sliding door to be fitted. only problem is will be a month A MONTH and the bloody rubbish they fitted me is splitting already oh well who needs privacy in a toilet lolol least bathroom looks nice,done with a striped, heavy washable vinyl,was on offer 3 ears ago for 99p a roll instead of 9,99 i bought it in case,and origionally planned it for mums bedroom,but never got round to doing it. horrendous to hang,needs load of soaking,and i not really feel well enough to do it. but i did job done.
Have made several new friends from the MS societys website, and thats good. because my "real" friends,i.e. those in every day life,seem to be treating me with kid gloves. i feel very frustrated,i'm not sure whether they think talking about the fact i've got ms will cause me to breakdown,or what.but really wish they would treat me as normal, maybe after bit things will get more easier. i hope so.
went to drs friday,Linda my lovely ms nurse has suggested a new course of treatment for me so he has ordered it in,will be there tuesday.hopefully it will help with my muscle spasms i get. had them for ages,also swallowing troubles,again ages. in fact i had a tonsil removed because my throat was so bad. now i wonder, did it need to be done?? because all the jolly little troubles i had are all from the ms. but as i hadn't been diagnosed well does make you wonder.
mum has been so good bless her,is in lot of pain with arthritis again,toe still pains her but at least infection cleared up. old age comes to us all,still hurts though to see my mum ,who i love,in the condition she is in.
i have had a load of literature through after my asessment, and now am registered as mums carer did i need to be? well at least now,she is on the register and her wishes are known to social services if anything happened and i had an accident etc. i know someone will ensure her safety. finally, a friends mum is in hospital recovering from an operation. may she make a full recovery nina,i know you love your mum,as much as i love mine. take care all.