That's about all I can say-- wow! About noon today I realized Daughter hadn't called. My cell phone rang, but it was Far Away Sister, not Daughter. When she got home today C and I were cleaning upstairs. She came upstairs and was quite chipper. She told me how many parts she'd done today, and if her reporting is accurate, it's more than she'd been doing in a week. She has done everything I've asked her to do without complaining. She asked if we could play a game together on the wii, and when I told her I wanted her to finish folding the laundry from yesterday first, she got right to it. She handled it when I beat her at wii games, and was happy when she won.
I am amazed by the change in her. Amazed. I hope it continues. The only downside is that her tremors seem to be a bit worse, but she isn't letting them slow her down. If they continue to get worse, I'll call and talk to Psychiatrist's nurse. At this point, I'll ask about changing something other than the cymbalta, though. I can't believe the difference it has made. As she was sorting socks, Daughter said, "Have you noticed I'm doing better today?" I said I had, and asked if she was feeling better. She thought for a moment and said, "I think so."