Better Changes

Last month, I was complaining about the responding access using mouth along with my brain. Interesting. Very Interesting. Now, I wouldn’t say that this isn’t a problem sooo much. Is it gone? Mmmmmm….Things are better.

Here’s something new. I LOVE having my music playing REALLY LOUD while writing this. Why? It all has to do with the brain access and which side to access. —– (That was weird just now. When that song ended my very quick typing ended). Another familiar (not that I know how to spell everything correctly without spellcheck) song is on, so my very fast typing speed is going again. Wait… Song at the end… Pause the typing… …. OK. Now another is on again VERY LOUD.

This isn’t too bad. I’ve always enjoyed music and now I have an (pause… wait, I am unfamiliar with that older Paul Simon song… Next I do know, Magic Carpet Ride) excuse to listen to the loud things at every moment of the day. Hahaha….

(wait wait wait… Here Comes The Sun)

So, this is a good change. I like this. Yelling was getting old, but I can handle playing my awesome stereo with awesome music all the time. 🙂 I don’t want to say the yelling is completely finished, just was very easy to get the above thoughts out of this BrAiN.

Maybe “Another Day” is here…

Might of thought to myself, “When am I going to add to my blog? Maybe another day?” Thankfully, nothing drastic to comment about my current standings with the brain surgery. So, it’s just been awhile…

I do have to say that every day that goes by in my life is a better one. I feel better within my body. Doesn’t matter with whatever happens on the outside, I always feel better on the inside.

I have learned another thing…  talking. I have figured out how to make it “better” for (just) me. When a person speaks, they will be using (from what I understand) the frontal portion of the brain. This could be the portion that was accessed through when the brain surgery was done? That could be true. I could understand and believe that. The reason I say that is that I can intelligently THINK of what words I want to say, just cannot get those words out of my mouth in a normal tone. AH! But, if I YELL the words (from what I understand, using a different portion of the brain in the back) they come out just fine. Just very loud!!!! I can get my intelligent words out of my mouth.

This may be the strangest thing you’ve ever read, but you’ll never “hear” it from me in a normal voice. Is this going to last forever? I don’t know. Haven’t checked with anyone about that. It’s just nice to know something new. How to share with other people, the actual reason why I may be yelling? Oh, well. I guess we’ll see where this is going to take us…