Like when I watch most sports, it got thinking about whether I could have a go at it and take part, and if so, then which sport could I be a part of and compete in - which stopped me square in my tracks.
I know it may not be politically correct to say it but I thought am I disabled enough? Which then took me onto my next questions of am I disabled at all? If so, what is my disability?
I think my disability definitely has to be my memory.
I have some form of physical disability in my left hand as I am unable to do many things because of a lack of movement. But I know I am still incredibly lucky, considering my original diagnosis.
I must admit though, I do feel I have made some great strides recently.
My typing at work has been getting slowly better - probably through a sheer stubborn or pigheadedness or use my weaker limp at every opportunity I get.
Sometimes, you cannot help being a little bit lazy and just use your one strong hand - (it is only human to try and cut corners right?!)
It doesn't help that when I get home from covering a rugby match on Saturday nights, I now use my iPad to type out my match report - which only requires the one hand to do it!
Amy has tried putting on her best teacher voice and telling me off! Believe me.
But maybe I have just become a victim of the great technology a certain fruit-named company have created (without trying to advertise too much).
I also feel my walking has really come on as well - with (I like to think) my limp hardly noticeable anymore.
If I think about running on the treadmill at the gym - to get in shape for our ever-looming wedding, which was four weeks' ago to the day last Wednesday in case anyone was curious, then my disability does not affect this.
So maybe I do have a shot at a running event in Tokyo in four years' time?!
As part of the great television coverage of the Paralympics, I have also really enjoyed the Channel Four series "The Last Leg" which has run alongside it.
For those not familiar with it, it is a "panel" programme which is hosted by two guys out of three who have some form of disability.
This has inspired me in a number of ways. (You must watch this video!)
Firstly, it shows anyone with some form of a disability can have a career - even more so for me, because they work in the same area as me (journalism).
Secondly it has shown me not to be embarrassed or ashamed of any disability I may have - whether it is on the surface or below it!