Heading into my third week of recovery after my bi-lateral explant surgery, I have discovered the truth about myself: I am an absolute utter and complete failure at the art of forced “resting”. Now it’s silly because after sixteen prior surgeries, I understand the importance of physical rest in surgical recovery. Rest equals healing. Healing equals getting back to life sooner than later. But rest, … Continue reading Mastering the art of “resting”
Have you ever thought about what your “mission” in life is? Continue reading What’s Your Mission?
The elderly woman with the walker said, “Yes, we know that honey, the gal opens up at 8am, come and sit with us and help us figure out this damn puzzle!” Continue reading Life is a Puzzle, We are the Pieces
I remember the minute the words were out of my mouth, I wanted to crawl in a hole. I could literally see the light go out of my husbands eyes… Continue reading Are you “The Forgiver?”
…and everytime before the surgical anesthetic took me under, a fleeting thought crossed my mind: “Turn off the Stove!” Continue reading “Turn off the Stove!
I take great pride in being a problem solver. A helper.
Continue reading Time to put “The Fixer” on ice