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Living with lyme is a balancing act. [Smile]

This thread is to support each other as we try to balance moving our bodies without over doing it and having to stay down for several days.

[ 06-06-2011, 02:17 PM: Message edited by: kam ]

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Shower Check
Dress check
DRove Rosie out to dirt road in forest. She ran in front of car as I drove. Check

Does my heart good to be out there.

Resting now and then hoping to empty the dishwasher

[ 06-06-2011, 10:41 AM: Message edited by: kam ]

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Empty Dishwasher Check (a few min, rest, a few min more, etc)

Dirty dishes in DW Check

I was on my feet for putting away the dishes.

Used power chair to put dirty dishes in DW.

Also used power chair to take out trash.

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10 min loop in forest...no resting half way this time. 1st time in a long time.


The wind was blowing in the top of the trees. I really like when the wind is blowing in the forest.

But, it was not blowing at the level I was...I need to climb a tree I guess. [Smile]

enjoyed the view on the way out. It always lifts my spirits.

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Our church (small one) raised more than $2,000 for Joplin! Can't wait to hear the final total!! Everyone was very generous!

I did 40 laps today and 7 min on the machine. Had a really busy day!

It's so hot here that I have to imagine it wasn't hot in NJ, kayak??

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Loooks like you are back in the grove Tutu.

I was able to drive Rosie to the dog park for a short visit.

My mind wanted to be out on a trail but too low on umph this am.

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Thinking this morning of when I use to go Sunday Sailing out of Newport Beach on a yacht.

Windsurfing.

Sailing a catamorand (sp?)

I was usually just along as a passenger but I did want to learn how to sail my own boat.

I had one picked out. It was called Shear Waters out of Avila Beach. I was in love when I saw it.

Backpacking in all 3 mtn ranges.

Lots of day hikes to water falls and natural hot springs.

Backpacking in the Grand Canyon.

Skiing ....both snow and water skiing.

Brain is fading fast now so I will quit.

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Wow. You got to do a lot of things, kam. Wish we could do those things now!!!

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I rode my bike 5.5 miles to work. Hills, strong headwind part of the way and heat.

Wasn't easy.

I'm tired now but it is a good tired.

Riding home tonight with lots of uphill and wind to contend with not to mention heat.

This had better bust my immune system is all I can say.

Or is it that which does not kill me makes me stronger? LOL [Smile]

Big step up from last two years when I didn't feel like walking across my back yard.

Starting to believe that there is life after LYME!

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kam you are so clever with the first posts...thank you for doing this

and lets all be grateful for our memorys...honest-this book i am reading by duane graveline about lipitor giving him memory loss is scarey

i rode again today...two in a row. i'm not getting online so much cuz i am prioritizing physical stuff if i can do it.

both rides were very nice...but there is stupid stuff going on at the barn-ppl comeing and going. rumors it will shut down. i am grateful for every single ride i get in.

going to brain injury support meeting soon...

etta needs exercise but it is too hot. tomorrow i give her benedryl to knock her out and 2 groomers and a trainer are going to try to groom the important spots...i hope she is a good girl

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Able to do the 10 min loop with a rest half way. I'll be back to read more.
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Did the 10 min loop this am too. 1st time in a long time. Thinking it is because I am on the biaxin and amoxy.

But, know I just have a few of the biaxin left. Not sure how much amoxy I have left.

Glad you got the rides in Kayak. Fun. Fun is good.

Meno...how are you doing today?? Wore me out just reading what you were able to do.

TuTu...trying to think of which thing I would want to do now from my past memories.

I think I could handle the drive on the dirt road to the lake at Lassen National Forest.

I just laid there on a blanket and then would jump in the water and go for a swim and watch the dragon flies.

Had the place to myself. Nice. That I might be able to do.

There are lakes on the Rim near here. Don't have what it takes to drive to them yet.

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Walked outside for a good 15 min yesterday and a flight of stairs - slowly but surely made my way up.

Had some gluten free dinner at Legal Seafoods.

Going to LL neuro today - timing is good because brain feels so swollen today!

Kam - yes let's go skiing and sailing - it would be fun.

Nemo - so glad you have made a lot of progress from last few years!

kayak - good for you prioritizing the phsyical stuff - yes sitting online is not really doing us much good, huh

Have a great day everyone - it is going to be hot, hot, hot! maybe we can sweat out the toxins without paying for a sauna then..

[Big Grin]

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Let us know how that appointment went, penguin!!

I did 40 laps and 12 min on the machine. Feel better today than I have been.

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etta looks really cute with her haircut!!!

the benedryl worked.

i am exhausted. i waited in the truck in the 95 degrees for them to call me and they forgot...

got some more bad news too..i have to figure out a way to sell or even give away my house in nh...

the thought of moving all that stuff is overwhelming-but guess i've put it off too long

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Shower Check
Cat litter to dumpster via upright power chair
Upright power chair across the street to auto co.
NO answer. Back home and able to call auto co.

Resting now and then hoping to be able to do more this am.

2 excedrin is helping.

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How did TuTus post above appear under Kams name??? That has to be a first.

Spent the last two days giving trees haircuts,,badly needed.

Some volunteer mulberries got a chain and a tug,,,they are the worst 'weeds' around,,,especially in fencelines

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Able to walk into lab then back out and wait in reclining car seat.

left before they called me. Fading fast

Able to get dishes in DW via power chair and start DW up.

Able to do more than norm this am

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Looking foward to coming back and catching up on what you all have been able to do.
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Walked about 10 min outside yesterday. Boy was it hot!

Tutu - glad are you are feeling better lately!

My neuro appt was fine but she agrees with my LLMD and she said that I definitely have to start IV Rocephin soon. Grrr.
Going for another MRI tomorrow and a computer test.

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quote:
Originally posted by just don:
How did TuTus post above appear under Kams name??? That has to be a first.


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don.. are you taking funny meds?? [lol]

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quote:
Originally posted by kam:
Our church (small one) raised more than $2,000 for Joplin! Can't wait to hear the final total!! Everyone was very generous!

I did 40 laps today and 7 min on the machine. Had a really busy day!

It's so hot here that I have to imagine it wasn't hot in NJ, kayak??

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so did tutu or Kam do 40 laps and seven minutes on the machine????

it is the fifth post of this thread above

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OH!!!! I saw that the other day and thought she had copied my post and carried it over from last week. [Eek!] Very weird... I see 1/2 of my signature there!!

Maybe kam is the one on funny meds!!! [lol]

That has happened before here .. but not to me.

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Tried to pick a few things off of the floor so hskpr could vacuum. Heart is pounding now and I am dehydrated and out of breath.

I did copy and paste Tutu's post from last week. Mystery solved?

Me 40 laps HA HA HA HA Where are those funny meds. I want to do 40 laps. :0

PG Hope the IV helps you. 10 min in the heat. Yuck.

While channel surfing saw part of Dr. Oz's show. He was talking about how to get energy over the age of 50.

1. Eat nutritionally
2. Hydrate
3. Exercise

Don, I hadn't thought of trimming trees in a long time. Glad you were able to do that. Something that really shows results when done.

Kayak..glad the benedryl worked. Ugh about the house in NH

A lady that just moved into the apartments here said she sold all of her stuff and just took what would fit in the car.

Then, she purchased what she needed when she got here. Works if you are ready to let go of some things.

wouldnt' work for me. I have the two power chairs to begin with.

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Whew .. mystery solved! That explains the 1/2 signature too. [Cool]

kam... one day you'll do 40 laps!!!! (we're just not sure 40 laps around WHAT!!)

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LOL

Able to finally put away one basket of laundry.

HSPKER was here. She vacuumed, cut up onions, cleaned the baking dish and cookie sheet, hard boiled eggs.

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Able to get the towels folded and put away. I am on a roll today.

But, day is done. Ah

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quote:
Originally posted by kam:

The wind was blowing in the top of the trees.

Oh my, this brings back memories of camping in the Adirondacks in my teens.
The campsites were on a lake, but when I walked back into the woods, you could only hear nature.

Sometimes I'd hear a woodpecker drilling in the distance, and it echoed a bit.

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I miss hearing the sound of a woodpecker while in the forest.

I know others that go further down the trail hear them.

Able to do the 10 min loop this am. I like that time of the day. The air is damp and fresh.

I think a dog was trying to get help. There were several cars parked at the trail head.

The dog had a wet belly so that tells me he came from further down the trail than I can go.

I know there is water on down the trail as many dogs come back with wet bellies.

Hoping that the others that were on the trail this am will be able to help the person if that is the case.

Haven't seen this dog on the trail before.

Could be the dog just got back to the car before its owner.

Also able to walk into lab and finally get lab work done this am for myasthenia gravis.

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Est 15 min on my feet at the old cemetary in town. I was trying to take pics.
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Walked into grocery store. Used electric cart to get pharmacy. PC provided another 2 weeks of biaxin. Hurray. (He thinks it is for a month but I take 2 pills a day. one does not help)
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I heard a woodpecker the other day. It almost sounded like he was pecking the apartment .. hope not!! Our apt backs up against a forest.

Loved your photos, kam! Really cool place!

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We made it through another week. [Smile]

Did the 10 min loop this am. Lots of cars at the trailhead but had the loop to myself thankfully.

I was not up to dealing with any one else on the trail healthwise or attitude wise.

Saw the dog that was at the trailhead barking by himself in the front yard at a person's home on down the road.

Did not have want it took to follow through on it.

While in the forest, I thought if I had the health to sit a spell, I too might hear a wood pecker.

One of these days I will have what it takes to unload the lounge chair and see if I can handle laying out in the forest for a spell.

I think I would need something electronic to take my mind off of the lyme while I laid there.

Can't read [Frown] Can't color. But, can click on the mouse or type away while laying down.

I hope that woodpecker was not storing acorns in your walls either. [Smile]

Sorted laundry and took one load down the hall. Laundry room busy. Since brain and body usually shut down at 9 and it is almost 9 now...guessing I will need to try again after 4 today when brain and body seem to go back on line for some reason.

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Still wondering if I saw a bobcat this am while taking out trash. I have heard one lives around here.
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"I hope that woodpecker was not storing acorns in your walls either." **
[lol]

Bobcats are cool.

** no, they like taking things OUT [Wink]

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my exercising is consolidating storage and house clutter. wish i could just get in the frame of mind to throw it out

ps-and thowing my old beaten up and half eaten flip flop for etta. she is like the energizer bunny...never stops

i'm really glad i have her now that my life is going into stressful mode

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Able to do one load of laundry. Wtg for it to dry now.

Kayak...it is good to consolidate and deal with house clutter.

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i want to stay away from the computer and get the work done but i get so tired...

ii did accomplish something and the neighbor helped me tie up my tailgate. it broke.

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Yep. I do a little something and then lay here flat on my back next to the computer to try and recharge.

Just laying here without having the computer to take my mind off of lyme is not do able.

You are getting things done a bit at a time. This is good.

Able to do the 10 min walk in the forest tonight. Rosie got side tracked and I did not see her for two minutes.

When she appeared she was licking her lips and smelled like horse poop.

AT least I hope it was horse poop...human poop is worse. Hopefully, she will not wake me up in the middle of the night because she has the runs and needs to get out.

I had not been in the forest at that time of the day in a long time. The sun had all ready gone behind the hill.

But, it was still hot and muggy out.

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