With winter storm Hunter bearing down on us, I was able to get enough help to move the P cars to better locations. The 914 is currently sitting in the garage, nose first, awaiting me getting help to drop the motor for a rebuild and some bodywork. It’s a 30 minute job to drop the motor, but not one I can complete at this point in time, without some help.
The 944 is out of the back yard mud, now sitting on the 3rd car driveway apron. This got it to the point that I can get some help and poke at it with a stick, or after the 914 motor is pulled, I can swap the 2 cars to get the 944 inside.
Anyways, nothing is planned too quickly, as I’m still pretty broken. I just got a steroid shot in my right shoulder rotator cuff on Tuesday of this week, and it’s one of the only things on my arm I can currently feel – and it hurts. Still no strength in my right arm, but I have definitely noticed the increase in my assisted movement without the joint freezing up. I’ll take that, as it’s the first step to take to allow for PT for the brachial plexus injury.
As far as the mushed melon above my shoulders, my headaches and memory is still the same, and my speech is still terrible. I have been referred to my favorite ENT, Dr. Agostino, whom I saw on Wednesday, to schedule a balance assessment through Balance Point in Carmel, as well as speech therapy for my speech and memory issues.