I’ve been really busy lately with everyday life. I’ve had some cramping days, but for the most part I’ve been busy with non-ALS things. I do have an appointment at Emory next Friday. Other than that, as long as ALS stays calm I’ll just have the normal struggles of leaving for house showings and taking showers. Dad brought dinner by today that Gracie cooked. She’s been cooking about once a week for us and it’s been a huge help. I’m not sure if I’ll go out with Mom Saturday or just have a visit.
Our last Saturday seeing a movie was rough. I was having a bad ALS day with leg spasms and fatigue, but I thought it might end. I wanted to see my favorite film duo Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson in, The Internship. I’ll look for it to come out on DVD because ALS kept me distracted. The wheelchair was uncomfortable and I was cramping. Julie went with us and sat by me. She noticed my discomfort and said we could leave but I stuck it out. I did fore-go the usual after movie thrift shopping and then to Mom’s to visit. The cramping was subsiding but the fatigue had me useless. Tony was already there to get me so I just said hello to my Aunt Cindy, then we left. I put the car seat back as far as it would go and tried to relax on the way home.