Hi Every "Body", I have not been on the board lately except to "lurk" every now and then. Have been busy with dealing with this fibro and a new Grandbaby!!! He is a joy!! When I don't have him here I am resting up for the next time he comes to stay! My question is about Social Security Disability and doing things outdoors. We live in the country and always put in a garden and I have loved doing my flowers in the past but it is becoming more difficult for me and I suffer horribly if I do too much. I am wondering about riding on the lawnmower and if the social security people ever send someone by to check on you??? I was finally approved after alot of hub bub and would not want to mess things up. I can do some things if I go at my own pace and stop now and then to rest. I know that some one just driving by seeing me doing yard work would not understand this. I have found some pretty inventive ways of gardening! I use a long tube to put my seeds in the ground. (I don't have to bend over.) I even put down cardboard one time and layed down to pull weeds and pick veggies. It was the only comfortable position I could get into. People passing by must have wondering what in the world I was doing!! Well, hope this finds you all well! Just wondering if anyone has had any experience with this! Thanks, Lil New pic of baby in profile!