FOWC with Fandango: Movement

Marrocan Dancing Girl

She was certainly moving somewhere in Marrakesh in a night club, much better than I ever could.

Most of my long distant movements are now made in a wheelchair, but I can still do it at home with the help of stick, walker on even a piece of furniture in the right place at the right time.

It is sometimes a strange feeling when I am in town or even shopping and I see others, also golden oldies, that can walk normally one step after the other, even run for a bus. I often think it used to be me. In the meanwhile I watch the others dancing. And now to go and give the garden some water, but I can do that holding onto my walker.

FOWC with Fandango: Movement

2 thoughts on “FOWC with Fandango: Movement

  1. A few years ago, I lost my brain briefly and took a little jump off the curb over a puddle. Which was when my back reminded me why I don’t do that anymore! I glad — most of the time — that I’m still on my own feet. Slowly, but still getting there. Though I admit, these days, I use the chair going up and downstairs.

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    • Short walks in the apartment are not so bad, although I use the walker most of the time. A walk into town is no longer a possibility. 20 minutes used to be my limiti and now it is two or three, that is why I have the wheelchair. And jumping is not even possible, my left leg refuses to lift itself.

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