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Sweet Dreams

In my dreams, I walk. Literally and figuratively.

A couple of weeks ago, I had a dream so vivid and funny that I just have to share. I was in the King of Prussia Mall (it was unclear who I was with) and I was able to walk, but only if I was pushing a Swiffer mop. Some people use walkers. Some people use canes. But I, apparently, use a Swiffer. Totally a normal thing to be walking around a mall with, right?

Now, it’s not uncommon for me to walk in my dreams. Actually, it’s uncommon for me to be in a wheelchair in them. Usually, I’m able to walk, not perfectly, but I am able to walk, sometimes with a little help. The Swiffer (Mom’s favorite cleaning tool) is a new twist though.

I’m not sure what my sleeping mind was trying to tell me … maybe I miss cleaning? Nah, can’t be that. Anyway, I thought you might get a kick out of my silly dream. I know I did.

In other news, I am finally back doing some physical therapy at Magee! I can’t believe it’s been over a year since I did any formal physical therapy there. I had to be really careful with my arms during my surgery recoveries, so I couldn’t do any PT, just OT with my friends at Shriners. I had an evaluation at Magee last week and will be going twice a week for the next couple of months. I’m looking forward to being more active, getting stronger again, and seeing some of my old Magee friends.

That’s all for now! I hope 2020 is treating everyone well so far.

Sweet dreams!

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Thanks for the help, Swiffer.

9 thoughts on “Sweet Dreams”

  1. Hi Mary. Somehow this post was lost in a multitude of emails trying to sell me things. I just finished reading it and enjoyed it very much. XOXO

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