Want to thank all who had commented my previous thread about walking.
Saw the acupuncturist on Friday morning who did the "Jaffee-Melnor Technique" to remove in my mind the words "this is too long a walk". Friday afternoon looked down the block and it did not seem long. Then walked to the corner and back. No problems. Saturday did the same plus to the next block and back, again no unsteady gait. Today, Sunday walked the .3 miles to the rehab, where i thanked my friend for inspiring to do something about this problem and back. Without any problems.
Of course i looked charming as the weather here in Fl. has had a dip in temperature just in the high 50's. Had on windbreaker with sunvisor. Did carry a cane just in case used it to flick a small branch off the sidewalk.
Now i have another question will be going to Wi. in the summer where there are hills. Do i need to let someone adjust anything in case i decide i can walk uphill and back down. As i have not been able to walk those before. Mainly cause of the elevation which have not be able to do for nearly 40 years.
You know you're wired when...
You always have something close to your heart.
I have had my pacer since 2005. At first it ruled my life. It took some time to calm down and make the mental adjustment. I had trouble sleeping and I worried a lot about pulling wires. Now I just live my life as I wish.