Working away in a body of apparent out of control indecision, I am finding the return of clumsy movement extremely hard.
Just as when, the closing down of nerve ways caused muscle imbalance during the onset of Parkinson’s, it appears that I have to walk the same painful journey once again.
A tilted pelvis means hours of pain, until my back exercises and walking have corrected the situation for each occurrence.
For the outside observer, it may appear that things are getting worse, especially if they know that all the prescribed medicines were completely stopped over five days ago.
However, the most exciting things are all the aspects of real change, including those that make me want to (non-figuratively) say,
"If I had a tail, you would be able to see it wag !"
For, through all the periods of pain, discomfort, wobble and shakes, there are ‘spark ups’ and ‘crawlers.’ Pin prick bursts and little rushes of revitalising Energy, as nerve ways reawaken and reconnect. Followed by; an improved ability to relax, increases in sensitivity inside and out, greater agility and more mobility, as I feel things may be slowly improving at quite a rapid pace.