Who had the arm that whipped out and knocked over the glass?
Someone recently knocked over a glass of something at dinner when her arm jumped out. This is a form of "dyskinesia." I found a nice discussion of glying limbs and jerking and such. Everyone who has limbs that do involuntary things or who have tremors.
And the person who has la-la problems with speech and trunk tremors
READ THIS SITE!! It describes all sorts of abnormal movements!!
How are You? I am definitly going to check out this site.
lol you are so cute. I hope the house elves helped clean up
the spilt glass mess.
Its been abit since I have been on the form. So darn much to
deal with all the time. My ambition level goes from 0 to 100
three times a day at least. It is getting so aggravating. My mind
wants to move, but My body doesnt want to. Then My body want
to move and my mind dosnt want to use the effort to think. lol
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