One of the important things about me as a human being is that I am an extremely active person with a “Medical Rap Sheet.” (That’s what my daughter always called it.) The doctors are continuing to say serious things. I now have a mild case of cervical spinal stenosis. That may be very true, but I still have places to go and things to do. I am really committed to all of it.
That’s how I get into situations. Yesterday I rode my tricycle to Church for a meeting. (Church
is my home church, and it’s about 5 blocks from here.) I got off the trike and started to lock it up. Tripped over it. Fell hard. I am repaired by the love of friends and family. (I must honor T, and some amazing first aid.) And Band-Aids, Johnson & Johnson’s best. You get what you pay for.
Don’t stop. Don’t give up. We will buy bandaids.