1.70 m high; not very friendly;feel like 50 whereas I'm very close to 70 years of age; in good health even though some neurologists say I have Parkinson's others say it's Parkinsonism, because I do not tremble, and I don't have any other characteristics of those who have it. Anyway, I feel fine even though I've very slow movements and I've fallen three times this year: the first time, I broke my left arm bones and my right-hand thumb bone and I don't remember anything whatsoever; the second time nothing strange happened but the third one up, the physician, who took care of me at Sura,
had to make (emoticon cool stitches in my left ear 'cause he found that a cartilage in it was broken and there was no other way to take care of it, 'cause there was too much blood on the injury. I'd fallen headfirst on the ridge of a door frame going into the bathroom upstairs in my bedroom at five am. I hit my head first, then my left ear and finally my side and my arm on that side near the previous damage but there was nothing wrong with it.