On February 2, 2010, I had a stroke. I was 45. The origins of my brain hemorrhage are a mystery. I have two children, who were 4 and 7 at the time, a wonderful husband, and a great nuclear and extended family. Some say I was a little happier after my stroke. Having a stroke is no fun, but the parade of family and friends has kept me going.
lol. too funny.ReplyDelete
You would not have wanted to try some of my baking, especially in the earlier days before my OT and I took on sequencing ie "organizing when cooking" as a goal.
We'll see if I can cook--just *one* pie--at Thanksgiving (and here's a belated Thanksgiving for you!)ReplyDelete
Funny, just a few nights ago we had dinner at our friend Alice's house. Dessert involved ice cream on pie, and I was reminded of your hilarious ice cream+pie+sequencing issue photo. I described it to the small gathering, who responded with appropriate mirth. With no photo this time (only your teasing suggestion that you COULD, should we so wish, provide a photo), a mental image will have to suffice. At the next dinner I attend, I will describe said mental image, just as something green and runny (pea soup, for example) is being served. I'll let you know how the gathering responds.ReplyDelete