I must admit though the pyromaniac in me is really looking forwards to having the log burner going again in the lounge and snuggling up on the sofa under a blanket with Gareth and the dogs in the evening.
So my blood results are back .... my lymphocytes are still doing the yo-yo thing with a slight drop this month - the last 4 months have been all over the place - not that I'm complaining, as far as I'm concerned the less of the little buggers there are the happier my MS Free life remains ... but look at this ...
all over the place ..... but relatively low so that works.
The other interesting thing on my bloods is that the MCH value is really high this month, it'd popped over the top level for the first time. A quick google search of what this could mean came back with macrocytic anemia which interestingly lists as one of it's symptoms
Given that I ended up having to use a mobility scooter last weekend when I took Boy to the Hawk Observancy for the later part of the day and the week before at the Supermarket when the battery died I can categorically say yes I've had some unexplained tiredness of late in my legs and I think I've just discovered why. So according to the information I've found this condition can be caused by deficient levels of vitamin B-12 or folic acid in the body; nutrients found in foods like fish, liver, green leafy vegetables and fortified cereals. These contribute to efficient red blood cell production and may be lacking in your diet..... so I guess dinner tonight will involve lots of leafy greens, and there will be a lot more fish in my diet going forwards - I don't know what a fortified cereal is, but I'm pretty sure that and liver will not be in my near future.
My home office is working out beautifully for me along with my lovely comfy new office chair, I'm even remembering why I loved having a MacBook before because the Mac desktop is so much more user friendly (one you remember how to use it and where they hide the @ button - the search for the pound sign is ongoing)
Life for me as always remains awesome, weird and blissfully not MS'y at all. Wishing the same to you all