Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Jenius

It has been a rough week.  I am now using a wheelchair.  Some days I feel pretty good and have just a little pain, some days it hurts too bad to stand.  I feel confident that by next week I will be out of the wheelchair and able to walk again, at least for a week or so.  Lately I've been expecting this sort of setback very on schedule and just kind of deal with them.  :)  So.... this is what's up.  Physically I suck.  Mentally, I'm much less bummed about it than last week.  At this point, when I AM upset, I really feel more inconvenienced than anything.  But I'm still living my life, and I can still teach, so I'm happy.

I was told last week, by someone that I never expected to be comforted by, "Be patient, God has a plan for you."  I don't know what she means, but it feels really good to hear that.  I don't even believe in the traditional form of God the way that she does, but I do believe that there is a purpose here somewhere.  What if all of this is my destiny?  How could I be mad and argue with my destiny?

I'm happy to be able to do what I can do, I'm blessed by amazing people in my life, the weather has been almost inspiring it's been so beautiful, and TinyBuddha.com says that "You can be who you want to be right now, no matter what your situation looks like." So dammit, I'm going with that.  Just thought you might want to know, since the last time I was on here I was throwing a temper tantrum.  teehee

I'll close with 2 fabulous pics, and 1 fabulous quote.






muchos besos,
-MM

4 comments:

Bob B. said...

Poor you! But, as you say, you're still getting on with your life, there may be better times ahead and maybe even a silver lining. May all good things come to you.

dawn said...

I just wish we were privy to that damn plan. ;) Hope you feel better right on schedule!

Rich Possert Jr. said...

What's up girlie? You know if you ever need someone to talk to outside of the normal everyday folks you're surrounded by, I am here. I've seen it all hun. Stay strong!

simply nish said...

tantrums are needed sometimes no matter what our age. :) i know i have pitching practice at times.(throughing tantrums that is.) but no matter how long our fits last i love that you realize that we just shouldn't stay there because #1 there is purpose to all things we expirence even if it is to suffer, inspire and yes, even overcome.(you truly will be stronger depending on your outlook) and #2 life really does go on, but if we're lucky enough we'll realize that fact sooner rather then later so that our lives can move along with life while we're here, and have a great impact on those around us even after we're gone.

keep your spirits up and push forward in your fight.-nishalay

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