He woke feeling good. Now hours later he can feel food struggling to move down his gullet pushing past the tightness in his throat. His windpipe feels squeezed, breathing becoming deeper and more difficult. It’s only a slight change and no-one else will notice but him. For him it’s a big change and he worries if this is the start of something more serious or just a blip in life.
The Autistic FellRunner
I am a 52 year old male with a late diagnosis of Asperger's Syndrome. I enjoy writing in all forms about people and life. I enjoy running over the moors where my mind can be free from the stresses of everyday life. I am currently studying for a PhD in autism and aging. I hope you enjoy my writing and please feel free to leave a comment. Thank you for taking the time to visit my site. View all posts by The Autistic FellRunner