Sadly, today, Sean and I have little to no contact. He responds to my requests for all the legal business my lawyer needs to cross off, with regard to the Yaz lawsuit, but I hadn't opened that door, until last weekend, and now, I can't close it,again. Life is funny that way. When things are calm, I find myself wondering if I'm standing in the eye of the storm, or if the winds of change, are actually coming to rest. My dad was the rock, in the storm, after he split from Martha, he moved into the town they'd lived in. He has 3 other young adult kids, and still managed to visit me regularly, and deal with much of my state officiated rehab. Program. Marty also remains a constant support, which has been enormously helpful. Growing up, I was used to change, but losing all of my basic family entities in one foul swoop, looking back, seems just as bad, as losing my physical, and emotional abilities. Now, I've learned that I can't trust things will be the same, for any period of time, and that while family, and friends make the world a beautiful place, it can all I'll disappear, just like *THAT.*
My injury has taught me to look for the good in people immediately, because you can't take your time with them for granted. If you love someone, say it loud, and proud! If you appreciate something others have done for you, show your appreciation. Life is subject to change, live in the moment, and be happy!
Guess I should get out there, and take my own advice!
A huge thank you yo everyone of those amazing souls who have helped me along this path! No matter how big, or small, your actions are greatly appreciated! Love to all!