I‘m glad to say that my seriously runny nose was back to normal this morning when I removed the respirator. ‘My lovely ‘seems convinced that it was the result of an allergic reaction to the amount of alcohol that I consumed at Lord’s, however much I tried to convince her that it was a very modest amount! Although it’s an alarming thought that she might well be right. (Aren’t wives always right!) Certainly 10% of the people who take Riluzole do have such an allergic reaction. As I’ve been taking it now for over three years it might well be that I am now joining the 10%.
‘Jane that sheep’ had a bad cold and so her lodger,’Paul the computer’substituted for her this afternoon, I have to be particularly careful about not catching cold as a chest infection apparently could turn to pneumonia and carry me off. Although I was sorry about Janes’s, as it happened , it suited me as Paul is still working on the business of attaching media to the blog so we spent a couple of hours together on this. I think we are nearly there, after which Paul will go back over the last year and tidy up some of my mistakes,
I rang the wheelchair people this afternoon and asked them to hurry up with the provision of the chin control for the wheelchair. With the increasing weakening of my right hand I managed to lose control of the chair yesterday, one of them landing me in a flower bed, and on the second occasion I went round in circles very quickly scattering a number of members at Lord’s, so the sooner I have an alternative way of controlling the chair the better.
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