Keep on keeping on
Hi yall, dfwgto here. I am an old member that is excited to be back.
I had a corona virus in '12 - much the same as you - I had that chest pain thing too, a seizure so severe it dislocated a shoulder and did nerve damage to my spine. After 3 months in isolation and dying twice, my retirement car came into focus. Retired at 62, living large and Stealthing everywhere. Kind of gives perspective to life as well as changing it.Where to begin 🤔... let's just say I had a series of unfortunate events.
Then Covid hit. We were sick for about 2 weeks, a little worse than the flu. Months later and feeling fine until one day when I wasn't. That day my 02 dropped to 40%, my blood pressure was crazy high 146/99, my heart rate was all over the place (standing up @ 120 bmp, laying down @ 50 bpm). I had several chest pains so went to the doctor. Now, much like the Eagles, I am taking it easy. I am replacing the clutch in the new GT but taking my time. I feel like I am getting a second chance, a redo and this time I will do better.
Sorry for "bending your ear" but you asked. The past 10+ years have been hard but I still keep on keeping on. Thanks for asking!
Hey kid, wait'll you're 60 and that's a GOOD day. I'm serious.While working on the car last night, I over work my self and feel horrible today. My headache/migraine came back (had one for 2 weeks a month ago but not since), I am exhausted (barely able to get out of bed), with minor joint and muscle pains.