I am back doing a Friday Fave Five! 🙂
And in some ways I must say it was a rough week, due to an annoying migraine that consumed my day on Tues. I was pretty much plastered to the couch for the day!
But there were plenty of favorites this week. There are times when life can seem so normal, and moments I actually forget all about Early Onset Alzheimer’s for a bit!
One such occasion was Tyler’s 3 v 3 basketball tournament this past weekend. The team he played on actually won the tournament, and Tyler had a ton of fun playing in the tourney. I of course had fun watching him! Such a great moment of feeling so normal!
Another normal thing is this sign. (Excuse the blur, I had to edit it a bit for privacy) Baseball season is here! Ty is playing for our high school varsity team……and watching him play baseball is so normal!! Been doing it for 10 years now!
A long, hilly power walk on a beautiful spring day, always brightens my day!
Curt and I went to apply for disability at the local Social Security office. Believe it or not, overall it was a positive experience. I had done a lot of the paperwork ahead of time online, so it made the whole process go much easier. Hopefully we will find out by May if Curt was approved. We stopped by Costco right afterwards and indulged in this scrumptious Chocolate, Almond ice cream bar!!
Unexpected surprises bring a smile to my face……and bless and encourage me on this crazy medical journey we are on! Someone stuck some delicious Wilbur Buds ( dark choc. of course) in my mailbox at school, another friend brought over an absolutely wonderful dinner for us on Monday night ( and it was a hectic Monday so the timing was perfect), and I got beautiful daffodils at school for Daffodil Days.…don’t even know who was kind enough to grace my classroom with that glimpse of spring beauty, but I sure am enjoying them!
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