My Dementia Diary 31 – An Inconvenience

A recent surgery which repaired a hand and left one arm in a plaster cast, has reminded me that some things are much more easily done with two functional paws, including-

tying shoelaces
buttoning jeans
zipping up jackets
cutting up food with a knife and fork
washing dishes
flossing teeth 

Fortunately, this inconvenience will only last two more weeks and then I can stop trying to type with one finger.

Be grateful!

tio stib

You might also enjoy: My Dementia Diary – Beginnings

5 thoughts on “My Dementia Diary 31 – An Inconvenience

  1. Goodness sakes, Steve. Sorry to hear about your surgery and the consequences. Sounds difficult, but I admire your attitude.

    Jim

    On Thu, Sep 27, 2018 at 10:13 AM Travels with Tio wrote:

    > tiostib posted: “A recent surgery which repaired a hand and left one arm > in a plaster cast, has reminded me that some things are much more easily > done with two functional paws, including- tying shoelaces buttoning jeans > zipping up jackets cutting up food with a knife and” >

  2. Keep looking up. All good things come from there… and I do most of my postings via iPhone where there’s talk text granted it can’t always understand me… just as soon as any of us think we got it tough we ought to read YOUR blog!

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