You're still my hero. You all are my heroes, as you DO go in for exercise. I don't exercise now, as my legs don't allow me. The less movements i'm doing - the less shriveled i'm going to be. But now, that i've learned how to run a little,- i'm going to do some attemps to run on May "vacations" and in summer. My dream is to learn how to ride a bicycle again. But it's even not in my list yet. I have to remember that last April i could hardly crawl with my go-carts, and the only destination i could get to - is the local clinic across the road. But then, i started walking abruptly, when i realized that my cerebellar ataxia had decreased. Now i'm still watching dizziness when it occurs (if i'm very tired). But my goal is to learn how to run without being so awkward, because when you're running after a long break (a few years, actually),- it feels like you're flying in the air (unusual, scary and exciting).That's impressive as I only manage to do 15 minutes when boredom kicks in.