Since around the beginning of July, I have had a "feeling" of weakness or a tiredness that begins in my knees bilaterally in the morning and ascends to include my shoulders by the end of the day. Only once that I can remember did I feel as though I would lose my leg strength and fall. Furthermore, my hands, although they always "feel" weak, have the strength to at least do things, although my penmanship has gotten worse. Now, a month later, the whole process ascends much earlier in the day. Concurrently, I have been dealing with a dizziness which seems to be related to my vision. Although I have not had double vision (unless I'm really tired), I do have a depth perception problem, which makes me feel dizzy. In addition, I have had some severe lumbo-sacral back pain as well as pain between my shoulder blades. All of these symptoms don't necessarily come at the same time. I have not had a viral illness like which seems to have preceded many of the posts that I have read, so I am curious as to whether anyone else has had a presentation of GBS that is similar to my symptoms that begin with just a weakness "feeling" and dizziness and if it got worse before being diagnosed or if the weakness caused a fall and was the presenting factor that prompted medical attention.
Two employees at Dunkin Donuts didn't know what a cake or raiseddonut were. It seems strange to me. Is it normal not to teach employeesabout the donuts they are selling? I asked if they had any cake donuts because Ididn't see them. The employees said they don't sell cake. They just started atme when I tried to explain the difference in texture between raised and cakedonuts.
Here we are .... 3 games to go till we crown a Champ and give away our trophy. This week is Conference Playoff week and the two games are worth 6 points each. With only two games to pick from it makes catching up hard but not impossible. So kiddies... get ready to make those picks. Be careful as upsets have and will continue to happen.All games will be played Sunday, January 21. Here...