Love this. Thank you!
3 months ago I shuffled into a hospital with bouncing vision, the aid of a cane, and a brain that was consistently forgetting things. With a shaky hand I signed my name off to the surgical risks of brain damage, paralysis and even death. Crazy enough I will do it once more. Despite all that, I now feel more fortunate than I ever was before. Because before being diagnosed with SCDS I took so many basic and simple things for granted. Today, with one surgery behind me, and another in my future, I am appreciating the narrow window of time that I am in.
There are few things in life that can make your attitude hit the “reset button” but after living some if my life in the way that an isolated, disabled person lives, I feel find that my outlook on life has certainly been reset. In the months…
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