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Monday, May 18, 2009

Multiple Sclerosis, Random Acts of Kindness, Garden Growing, and Raindrop seems to be helping

Just about the time I want to a wall around my yard to keep humans out, people have to go an ruin it with random acts of kindness. Like I was saying, the girl had an accident the other day, wasn't hurt, but was pretty shaken up. Although the person that cut her off, and all the people that saw her take out the sign kept on going, 18 separate cars stopped to see if she was OK, 3 called 911, and countless slowed and gave her the thumbs up. It's those first few that kept going, or even swerved to go around her that I want to see end up on their roof, not hurt, just their car on its roof, spinning!

I got the last of my idiot tubs made today, had to go buy a new jigsaw to do it, my old craftsman died. I also got a flaring tool to connect the tubes for my framing system, it didn't work. Brussels sprouts are getting big, so are the squash. The eggplant is getting tall, but hasn't changed in shape much. My peppers are doing fantastic, all of them are doing nicely. My salad table is under performing, I think it may not be getting enough sun, I'll change that tomorrow. I'm making more soil tomorrow, and planting my mators, I can't wait to snack on golden cherries. We will be harvesting soon.

The raindrop is going well, I feel really good. I did more today then I have done in a while today, and made out great. I got up early, 8:30 or so, and set up having a new windshield put in the girls car. I took my 5 trash bags of aluminum cans to the recycle center, got a whopping $10.22! From my windfall I went and got a new prescription for my nutsy pills, there's been a problem with how many the insurance company will let me get, unless I have them deliver them, then I can have as much as I want! I have the 3rd treatment tomorrow, so I'm hoping to see more good days ahead, I hope it's the raindrop causing it, it does feel like it is, we shall see.

6 comments:

Stuff could always be worse said...

I am so glad you are seeing random acts of kindness. Are you taking ty?, I have heard of it helping many people. My Neuro does not want me to take it. He is afraid of it harming me, but he is not an MS specialist.

awb said...

No I'm not taking that one, I've taken everything else though! I'm currently on Rebif, vitamin D, LDN, with a side order of raindrop therapy. Hmmm, that's a lot of meds, maybe I should just eat an apple?

Miss Jackie's FAVORites said...

Keep up the research on your disease! I'm so glad you are taking control of your treatment. More people need to do that. You are the man!

Libby said...

yup...an apple a day...so THAT'S where i went wrong! as a produce manager i ate a banana or 2 every morning for breakfast when i got to work...

awb said...

Libby,

Tell me you know the sticks and stones one, for the love of God, tell me you know that one!!!!!!!

Cranky said...

Andy - great news that you're feeling great, regardless of the root cause.

Glad for your daughter as well that so many folks tried to help.

Yep, I'm definitely getting jealous of all your fresh produce around the corner. But, what's a mator?