I've recovered enough to give drawing a try. I chose to copy Dame Ethel Smyth, a charcoal by John Singer Sargent in 1901. I did it in pencil. I did a lousy job--too heavy handed too fast. But it is a step in the right direction, so I'm pleased. I'll have another go at it, later with a clearer head and a graphite stick with better results. The best results I got from this try, was I had the energy to get up and gather my pencil supplies. Over the last three days, I couldn't sit up much less draw. I was out of touch completely. Now, just slightly.