On December 30, 2015, I was admitted to the hospital after suffering a stroke. After several days in intensive care and having undergone numerous tests, I was finally released from hospital care. Unfortunately, this stroke has left me partially debilitated on the left side of my body and needing intense physical therapy and daily assistance. For this reason, I will be taking a short hiatus from my daily writing in order to work on my therapy and getting better. However, I will still try to at least post once a week because I love what I do and I love sharing with you.
Ironically, even after having this stroke, I can still say that the scariest thing I have ever experienced in my life is stepping out of my introversion and writing my book and creating this blog. Everyone has a story to tell. My hope was that my story could be a testimony for others who needed to get out of their own way and learn to live “unhappily never after.” I hope that it has been.
Two weeks ago I wrote a post entitled “Forging Ahead.” I shared with you my reflection of 2015 and three important lessons to carry into the New Year. At the end of my post I left you with this message.
This is my hope for us all as we move ahead not only through this year but throughout our everyday lives. Thank you so much for letting me share my stories and life lessons with you over these years and I look forward to bringing you an even better site when I return.
Written, interpreted & posted by my little sister, Mrs. P.