I haven't moved freely for several years. My muscles are usually stiff and often lock up. It often takes me 2-3 tries to get out of a chair. My manual dexterity is also limited. Between these things it typically takes 2-4 times as long as it should to perform even the simplest tasks. But earlier tonight my wife and I were watching Stephen Colbert (so wonderful to have him back!). She was stretched out on the couch, and I was eating at the dining room table directly behind the couch. I looked up and saw a big black spider slowly descending towards the couch. Suddenly I jumped out of the chair, ran to the kitchen cupboard to get a jar labeled "Bug Ketcher." I rapidly unscrewed the lid as I ran back to the dining room and trapped the spider just as it landed on the back of the sofa. Then I took it outside. The time between the moment I first saw the spider and the moment I trapped it was less than 10 seconds. During that time I was as limber and agile as I was as a teenager. As soon as the crisis had passed, my body stiffened right back up again. But the experience really drove home the point that my problem is mental, not physical. Question: How can I take advantage of this experience to regain my freedom full-time?