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  • Nothing like making you feel even more paralyzed

    Then when you relocate home and literally have to sit there and the bystander to the whole effort!

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    I find any unusual experience like tat leaves me feeling distant and like I lost myself. Repetition is what lets experiences feel normal. Just move every month!

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tetracyclone View Post
      Just move every month!
      This sounds like hell on earth.

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      • #4
        Truth!

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        • #5
          Why when I go to lift myself from this damn chair (not figuratively) it feels like my ass is pinned down?
          Yet I feel sudden loud noises go up my spine and put me into a painful spasm ?
          I'm watching these moving guys biting their tongues looking for opportunities to catch me aside in effort to ask me how I got planted in this chair.
          Some as they cringe seeing my medical equipment especially the shower/toilet chair and urinary stuff.
          Still, one is even asking if my Hoyer lift is a sex trapeze of sorts ....

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Tim C. View Post
            Some as they cringe seeing my medical equipment especially the shower/toilet chair and urinary stuff.
            Still, one is even asking if my Hoyer lift is a sex trapeze of sorts ....
            They just don't want to realize it could easily be theirs.

            Do you think you will like where you are moving to? Hope so.

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            • #7
              Hey Chesbay
              Thanks, you're very accurate .
              Am I going to like it here? I friggin hope so. I'm done renovating homes and I'm not even a third way done with this old dog. I moved to Manasquan NJ. It's a cute town, I'm sure not as nice as the Virginia coast but it's just 10 mins to the grandkids...my life's pleasant distraction that think riding on my wheelchair is cool.

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              • #8
                Loved Manasquan as a kid. Hope you get to enjoy touring the beaches. One of our best vacations was touring all the NJ boardwalks.

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                • #9
                  Manasquan is awesome!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Tim C. View Post
                    Why when I go to lift myself from this damn chair (not figuratively) it feels like my ass is pinned down?
                    Yet I feel sudden loud noises go up my spine and put me into a painful spasm ?
                    I'm watching these moving guys biting their tongues looking for opportunities to catch me aside in effort to ask me how I got planted in this chair.
                    Some as they cringe seeing my medical equipment especially the shower/toilet chair and urinary stuff.
                    Still, one is even asking if my Hoyer lift is a sex trapeze of sorts ....
                    Working class guys are such a trip! You might want to try using the Hoyer lift that way...

                    Being near the grand kids should be a lift. I'm happy for you. also I sympathize with the renovations that seem to take forever. I feel like I've been altering homes for way too many years.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Tim C. View Post
                      Hey Chesbay
                      Thanks, you're very accurate .
                      Am I going to like it here? I friggin hope so. I'm done renovating homes and I'm not even a third way done with this old dog. I moved to Manasquan NJ. It's a cute town, I'm sure not as nice as the Virginia coast but it's just 10 mins to the grandkids...my life's pleasant distraction that think riding on my wheelchair is cool.
                      Great choice Tim! I grew up at the Jersey Shore ( Toms River when it was much smaller) and truly a special place. As Ancient says the boardwalks, ocean, great food, by the slice. My Mom lived in Point Pleasant during her final years and loved going down to the Manasquan inlet... and the ice cream vendor there.

                      Best of all being by grandkids and family, Enjoy! It's going to be great.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by ChesBay View Post
                        Great choice Tim! I grew up at the Jersey Shore ( Toms River when it was much smaller) and truly a special place. As Ancient says the boardwalks, ocean, great food, by the slice. My Mom lived in Point Pleasant during her final years and loved going down to the Manasquan inlet... and the ice cream vendor there.

                        Best of all being by grandkids and family, Enjoy! It's going to be great.
                        I lived in Bayville for like 15 years, beautiful area.

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                        • #13
                          I'm within an hour of you. Let's meet for lunch one day, once you get settled in.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by Jim View Post
                            I lived in Bayville for like 15 years, beautiful area.
                            Yes Jim, very familiar with Bayville area. Good old Route 9, Barnegat Bay, the Pine Barrens, Double Trouble Cranberry bogs and more... good memories.

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                            • #15
                              When I was a kid we had an annual tradition that my aunt from Wisconsin and my uncle from Lambertville and my cousins would also go down to Chapman's Pier on the Manaquan inlet and go crabbing, then buy clams on the way back for a feast at our house. I remember it like it was yesterday!
                              The masons twine and fish heads weighted down with used spark plugs. The leaky wooden rowboats.
                              The shop on the nearby highway with a pole sign with an sliced up Crosley car on it. The sunken inboard boat in a slip that must have been there 20 years already fired my ambition to go skin divinest.
                              All great stuff!
                              69yo male T12 complete since 1995
                              NW NJ

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