Right now, students in my Abnormal Psychology class are taking their final examination.
As I’ve done three days per week, since this past August, I’ve commuted a considerable distance to teach this course. As I’ve also done, I parked far out in the college’s parking lot.
By the time I reached my third floor classroom this morning, I was starting to feel short of breath. This is a painfully familiar sensation.
Thankfully, I have not needed to have a dilitation surgery this semester. Nevertheless, I expect to be making a trip to the Cleveland Clinic relatively soon.
I’ll need for my surgeon to complete another dilatation surgery, before I can receive a much riskier surgery, a tracheal re-section.
These past several days, I’ve had not so gentle reminders that I have MS, as well as an idiopathic subglottic stenosis.