Monday, October 22, 2007

First Night in Forever

that I got a comfortable sleep.

Recently the overwork/not enough rest has shown itself in RLS.

Did you know that news anchor Brian Williams, who indicated on TV that he doesn't believe RLS is real, is from Elmira NY? He lived one street down from us (long before we lived here).

My own special version of RLS includes the feeling that my legs have somehow managed to find themselves on sandpaper instead of sheets. Wet sandpaper, at that.

MS stands for Mighty Strange.

Little Pond


mdmhvonpa said...

Doesn't believe in RLS? Heh ... I supposed if he cannot see it, I does not exist. I wonder what he thinks about the moon landings and 9/11.


OMG! I empathize with you...this latest relapse has pushed me into the throws of left leg RLS and, hard as I try, I CANNOT kept the derned leg still! No sandpaper here though (which I am grateful for!). I'd like for Brian to spend a half hour with me in constant motion and THEN let's see if he believes in RLS...or insanity...or any other unexplained neurological condition! LOL

Linda D. in Seattle

stephen said...

my neuro told me what i had was not rls, because rls is in the legs, and my symptoms were in my head. i take clonapen which does a very good job with it.

mighty strange indeed!