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My apologies, for my lack of posts in recent times. For those who are not aware; let me explain. A few years ago, I was injured on duty, while serving as a police officer. Subsequently this resulted in surgery to the C5-C6 area of my spine. Although it was successful in many ways, it was deemed too much of a risk to continue in my job. I had the worst two years of my life post my retirement, because I couldn't accept what had happened. This coincided with, what I know now, to be a struggle with mental anguish.
Anyway, to cut a long story short, over the years, symptoms started to appear which has led to a big problem with typing. I get spasms in my right hand, which forces my fingers to kind of interlock. I never expected that a light venture of tapping keys could be such a literal pain in the neck. As it stands, some manipulation does help, but importantly, I have an appointment next month with a Neurosurgeon, whom I hope will be able to shed some light on where to go from here.
On the scale of things in the big bad world, I appreciate my situation is paltry. In my own little world, It is a big deal, because it affects my writing.
Onwards and upwards, and hopefully all will be good.
Take care everyone.