As some of you know I have been have a few health problems lately.
I went to the doctor today to pick up my application for a handicapped parking permit. When we talked he said he would sign it for a year.
Well he signed it as "permanent disability"
In one way this is good because if they don't figure out the problem and find a solution I won't have to keep applying for it.
On the other hand it was a shock. I wasn't ready for a paper that said "permanent disability"
I know I will deal with this like I do with everything else. I really don't have a choice.
But I just sat in the car and had me a good cry.
It seems labels mean a lot more than I thought they did.
I worked for many years both as a JW and after with people with a wide range of disabilities, auditory, visual and mobility. If I ever thought that I could do without one I never even considered mobility. I am still waiting for an appointment with a neurologist. Last week they sent me to the vascular lab for tests to see if the circulation was OK. It is and I knew it would be.
So more waiting for more tests
Thank you all for your concern and thoughts. They mean more than you know