|An early hay rake was made to look like a bunch of hay forks each helping|
to gather the hay into windrows. The photos were taken a few years ago near
Grantsburg at the Morris Blomgren auction. It was huge, and I took photos of
Nothing new to report on my 9 weeks of Myasthenia Gravis. Still waiting for prednisone to slow down the production of antibodies attacking my nerve-muscle connection. My latest description of MG; A bunch of beavers are building dams on the streams that run from my brain to my muscles. Medicine one, mestinon, puts them to sleep for a few hours and medicine two, prednisone, attempts to kill them off.
Generally I can function OK--nothing much physical because I tire almost immediately trying to do anything that involves voluntary muscles (breathing, eating, walking, typing, etc.). However, my mind is razor sharp; I have no pain, I am comfortable and can do the normal things of daily living--just not the strenuous things.
Margo is having tests today at Mayo. She had a mammogram that picked up a lump and also had a few lumps under an arm. Today she gets a biopsy and MRI. This is to rule out cancer, and rule in benign cysts. She will find out the results tomorrow. Scary business getting old.