Which is a good thing and a bad thing. It’s easier to type now (still slowly) but I can use WordPress better. Terrible on my phone.
However, all the new people I Followed on Twitter? I have to go find their Blogs and put them in my file with everyone else’s. That will be a lot of work.
Then we need to talk about this whole, “Me Having a Stroke” or whatever etc. issues.
And the bright light of a computer. Even set on the lowest possible end for brightness? It’s still making my eyes, and radiating, ocular area of my head, scream like you could hear from this Post–what country where you live is irrelevant. My screaming will be equally loud across the globe.
Dammit! I should have used all of that FOR writing the Post about the stroke crap! Oh, well.
When you have a head injury, no matter what type, you’re a little off you’re game. Or sometimes A LOT.
Which is where I am now. I sometimes don’t know if I’ve used my eyes too much the day before. That’s when I wake up wanting to scratch my eyeballs out of my head (but we’ll get to that later. It’s not so bad now.
I forgot I bought a pair of wraparound sunglasses that fit over my glasses so a very good solution when I need to do things requiring light. Then, long periods of the black blindfold just eyes closed.
I need some tea now. Wake up a bit and put the groovy shades on because it’s a lovely summer day. Too bad I can’t enjoy it! Brief and very safe walking with the cane. Maybe I could sit outside on my patio but I always try to read!
That is MASSIVE eye work! Even “looking around?” And it’s not photophobia. That’s the weird thing. Dark, and protective vision for pain, but not for brightness.
There’s something wrong with my head. I’ve even got it on paper when I was admitted that an MRI was to be done for a stroke.
Okay, in a really messed up way, you know some of what’s going on? Next, I’ll try and run you through everything that happened. It’s Classic Stroke Behaviour. Or something like it.