|THANKS TO NINJA ALEX CAVANAUGH|
|THANKS TO SHERI LARSON|
It has taken me over three months to come back to a center where I feel somewhat stable. My mom’s death and my son’s accident coming at the same time, threw me off in many ways. First, I didn’t have time to think about my mom not being here. I was so steeped in making trips to the hospital to see my son and talking to doctors that I often forgot my mom entirely. Then one evening, when I usually called to check in with her, I picked up the phone to say hi. Only to tell myself I couldn’t call her because I’d have to tell her about her grandson, and that would upset her. It a few moments before I knew that wasn’t reason I couldn’t call her.
- My gratitude is that my son has improved and that doctors feel he will continue to do so.
- My gratitude is that I have a caring supportive family and friends.
- My gratitude is that I can appreciate what I have and not dwell on what I do not.
|THANKS DL HAMMONS|