I was diagnosed with Primary Progressive MS in 2010. As an extra treat, in 2005, I was diagnosed as bipolar. As you may see my brain is not working as well as it should. My father suffered the same disease and he was the same age as I (54) when MS really kicked in. The stories here can tell you more. Welcome.
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Is this your neck?
Last week I picked up pictures that I had left at CVS for development. This was one of those quickie camera you pick up at the checkout counter, one time use and drop it off. This camera had been sitting on a shelf for a number of years, slightly dusty, and I found it when I was putting holiday decorations away.
When I loaded the CD, this is what I found:
I have no idea who this is, but there seems to be some concern about the right side of her neck.
And then we have this:
I assume that these children, whoever they are, are not glad about the neck problems, but it is (was?) the generic Holiday Season. There were more pictures of these folks in various combos but then it becomes:
And then there I am. Plus some totally undecipherable shots. The picture above is from my retirement party on December 31, 2010 which you can see was widely attended. It seems a million years ago, and also about 15 minutes. So the family pictures are from before 12/31/10, and we must have passed each other during the holidays, exchanging cheapie cameras from some table somewhere As for my picture, I'd been diagnosed with MS about six weeks previous. Not bad, considering. I'm still here. So if you think you are or know whose neck is being displayed above, lemme know, because you take better pictures than anyone here
Working on the mystery novel limits my time here so I am glad that people still visit now and then, and we are over 7000 hits.