banjo

Stroke Survivor - male
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    Australia

About banjo

  • Rank
    New Member
  • Birthday 05/22/1953

Contact Methods

  • MSN
    tayug@hotmail.com
  • Yahoo
    hochung_99@yahoo.com
  • Skype
    banjo_tayug

Shared Information

  • Stroke Anniversary (first stroke)
    06-05-2013
  • How did you find us?
    Google Search

Registration Information

  • First Name
    andrew
  • State
    NSW
  • Country
    Australia

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  1. Sydney will go into spring in August, nice blue day and about 66 F today
  2. bet you cant buy a machine that will allow me to walk.
  3. JB-HIFI in Sydney is the worse with cardboard aisle bins in every aisle, have now given up with that store group.
  4. my wife keeps saying I will hit little old ladies with my electric wheelchair at the supermarket.
  5. the only problem with a tablet hard to read outside with the sun's glare.
  6. right now left, my writing with my left is child like. fortunately everything i do these days is keyboard based, thanks Mr Gates
  7. mu wife can understand about 80% of what i say, my doctors about 50% and a stranger about 30% only. my mother-in-law zero, as English is not her language (a benefit)
  8. that drug did not stop me from having a brain stem stroke.
  9. i re took up reading to overcome boredom.
  10. the rain hit Sydney notwithstanding Cyclone Debbie hit land over a 1,000 miles away.
  11. get a new rack if there are too many on the current rack, simple.
  12. i would prefer no daylight saving as i wake up at 5.30am and it is still dark.
  13. i found for important things, to stop the wife 2nd guessing what i am thinking, is to type my thoughts in a blank word document and let her read as i type.
  14. After I had my stroke I found actual books hard to read because of the size of the text. I bought a Kobo which has enabled to me to get a larger font, now I read eBooks all the time.
  15. Happy Birthday banjo!