Months have gone by with me feeling shaky and unsure. Wondering how I fit in, where I fit in, and DID I fit in anymore?
Before I had the stroke I knew my place in the scheme of things. I felt assured that if I worked hard, I would be rewarded. So, I worked hard!
I did the job of five people. But happily.
You want multi-tasking? I had multi-tasking down to an art!
I had three kids that were happy and healthy. I had a marriage that would definitely last until death did us part. I had a business that involved involved a lot of juggling but it just so happens I’m a Master Juggler.
I had it all!
Then I had two strokes.
All those days, all those weeks, all those months gone by.
I felt shaky and unsure.
In the months I was gone I was lucky to have wonderful friends. Friends that took care of me, took care of my kids, took care of the thing important to me.
Aiming Low, my baby.
It was a dream that came true with the help of amazing friends that could never be replaced.
Now I’m awake and I’m home and I’m improving every day.
And I feel like I’m part of this tremendous site that I haven’t always been a part of. I’m awake, here I am.
I’m going to start writing a regularly scheduled thing that’s different and new and hopefully my steps back into a life that was always mine…but more carefully mine. I want to feel like I’m needed. Like there’s a reason for me.
Like I won’t be a complete waste of time.
Let me be sure and confident.
I think I’m ready!