It’s so pretty outside! ❄️ when I was confirmed profoundly deaf in the L ear in Jun 2020 and acknowledged that my R ear had declined I faced the harsh possibility that if my R ear followed the same timetable as my L ear I could be profoundly deaf in both ears by 2022. It’s Jan ‘22 and I still have a ton of useable hearing in my R. 💗😊💗And I’m definitely using it for good things. In 2020 I forgot about my hearing situation and bought a lifetime membership to @dwellbible 🤣🤣🤣. When I realized what I had done I was like, k – I just need x more years of useable hearing to break even 🔥🔥🔥. I also started preparing by learning #cuedspeech and #asl. I’m a novice, but I can be sassy during telehealth spontaneously in sign/cueing. 🤣🤣🤣. And when I started I knew I had to strengthen my eyes and hands. Options: (1) video games (2) knitting. I chose knitting. At first I had to fall asleep with my Pain Light Stim on my hands bc it hurt so much. But I built up hand strength and coordination. But everything had slowed bc of my overall health. 😑. And my original brain injury means both speech production and receptivity are slow and this makes me anxious. I seriously gave nightmares 🙄 😑. But right now my eyes are bothering me. I think my enlarged optic nerve (not an emergency) is driving this. Prayers appreciated. Xxoo #avmsurvivor #strokesurvivor #lifeismysport #learninghowtolive #shreddedgrace
Count on it, Ning. You are prayed for every single day.
Knitting? 😲 That takes patience and math ability, the way I see it! Did you make that little friend in the photo? A very charming companion!
Thanks, Mrs. B!! No, Sandy was hand knitted by fair trade artisans in Peru. I’m about to start Jeremy Longtail – I have a kindle that can read to me!! 🙌
Yer still a silly goose!…always will be! DON’T CHANGE! Ricardo
Silly goose ALWAYS. You, neither, Ricardo!