cloudygrey33: I have a friend I've known for several years who has lived for several years with multiple strokes. He has lost most of the functionality in his left arm/hand. His speech is a lot harder now for him, and it is a bit harder to understand him. He was born legally blind...Has had a ton of challenges in life, and it seems like they just keep on piling on.
garrylawson3073: has lost the use of my right leg , arm and back muscles , partialy blind , hear gone on right side , taste , smell , cant bite and has a frozen face , but not dead yet..but I drive a mean wheel chair.
don't yell very loud but cant whisper either, and likes classy resturants , look cool dribbling my food..ps soory bout the spelling errors , cant use my left hand very well.
cloudygrey33: Oh man--- That's a lot of stuff! It sounds like you've held on to a really awesome frame of mind despite all of those challenges though! Big kudos to you for that! No worries re: spelling errors! I do it too! Thanks for sharing! Do they have your meds right where you aren't in danger of having more? I know with my friend that was a challenge trying to get all of that sorted out.