There’s no trouble with remission. Remission is a wonderful thing.
The interesting thing about remission is that there’s nothing to write about. Life is so much less irritating when you can walk and see straight, and don’t have to spend 10 or 12 hours sleeping.
Going to the Deep Impact party (hundreds of people crowded into two auditoria; people sitting on the floor, in the aisles, blocking the entrances) was so much easier because I didn’t have to worry about where to park, and I could thread my way through the chairs and the people to get a seat.
Going to the fireworks was a breeze – we parked far enough away to be able to get back out again in a reasonable amount of time, we walked to the golf course, we walked across the golf course (I admit, my balance could be better in the dark, but that’s why I have a husband), we watched the fireworks … no problem.
Don’t know what I’m going to be able to write about if this keeps up.
Yeah, it’s tough when things are going so well that there is nothing to complain about! We should all be so lucky!
Sounds like a golden moment for you. Hope it lasts as long as it can.