Look on the Bright Side
I remember seeing a homeless person in the park sleeping under a tree. I had a toddler and a baby and I was looking at him with such jealousy that he was getting so much sleep. It was at that moment I realized I needed to take care of myself a little more. Lol
Amen to that. I nursed a lady in South Africa who had Cancer in her bones. She had to walk by herself over rough terrain to reach public transport to get to us 14 hours later. No Comfortable shoes for poor Gceffy. She taught me a lot about values. On my return to Australia, it made me appreciate the things I have, the places I can go and the health system we enjoy.
I understand to morale in the video, but when you are used to walk/run and suddently are confined in a wheelchair you unfortunatly get that mindset
"I miss talking to.my beautiful daughter who passed away in Sept., at the age of 42. My life is so sad without her. Losing a child has been the worst kind of grief for my husband and myself.😣"
We can get out of the deepest wells just by not stopping, never giving up!
I'm not crying. There is something in my eyes!