Nice one Don,
It all sounds so familiar having read on through some of your earlier blogs. I like the comparison with a wheel chair and a motor scooter and I agree once you get into a routine of parking, charging, storing and positioning for use it then becomes a lot more useful than the wheel chair.
The other thing that struck me were your notes on exhaustion. As you pointed out, It really is different to just being tired. From my experience its as though the drain plug has been pulled out of your life. You are so lacking in energy that its even painful to think and even sleep.
I must admit I like to call a Monday a Monday and not let it escape from what it really is. I’m sure some of my Mondays would like to be a Tuesday and run for it, so I have to pull it back . Mondays for me are good days; a new week ahead. Sunday night usually does my head in, so to speak, due the possibility of it being another Monday and another week but then as one woman said to me, “I had to rain him in !” - lol
So you have a good Tuesday and I’ll have a good Monday