Been up since bout 6ish and just got done with my part of the review. Notes and rough draft alone took me almost 2 hours. This is a process for me. On a good day it takes about this long. On a bad day, I may have to change position start and stop my process multiple times. Then it goes in to a clip board for the Amco editor, my sweet wifey. (Really she is mean. Ask anyone. lmao 😉 .
Then she spends half hour to a hour trying to decode my note taking ramblings and connecting thoughts for yall so you can understand it. My thoughts don’t come out in a chain or order to make it readable, so if you’re counting we’re 2 and half hours combined at least. Now that typed review gets sent back to me online where it must be formatted and plugged in to the multiple platforms and archives (photo taking and inputting) info at least hour. Keep in mind, I can’t sit, stand or lay more then 45 minuets to a hour. I am very a.d.d and my pain makes me move constantly, I have limitation in memory and in organization. So I’m attempting all these things through my blinding spinal pain, CPS of the trunk and neuro degeneration basically from the nipples down that not even fentynal and dilaudid can’t calm after 4 failed spine ops and broken implants.
I said all that to say this: THANK YOU FOR CARING WHAT AMCO THINKS! Each Review on www.amco.ark420.com took a team effort of at least 2 some times up to 4 people at least these lengths of time mentioned. It’s actually medication to me. See pain is something like Love, in the way its all in-composing and the more you pay attention to it the deeper and more you feel it. ALTHOUGH VERY CHALLENGING for me to get through, the reviews are helping me to not only help you other patients but it helps me navigate my disability’s too .Even this post had to be edited .