Today marks one year since my cat, Tigre, ran in front of me and I fell onto the floor. I can never forget that moment. The damage it did was not only to my feet, but has had a ripple effect throughout my whole body. I was already weak and debilitated due to being bedridden for 25 years due to an accident to my hips as well as having Sympathetic Reflex Dystrophy, Fibromyalgia among the multitude of ailments that I have. It is difficult for many people to understand what this has done to my body.
I have to say that this last year has been the worst year of my life, not only experiencing new levels of being disabled, but the loss of my precious Isis. I do not feel sorry for myself, because I realize that life is not always a bed of roses.
The bright spot out of this whole year has been those of you who have kept me going financially as well as mentally with your love and support. I am grateful to every one of you who has stood by me this past year.
It is not easy exposing my whole life to the world, but it was necessary in order to survive. You never know what you might have to go through to survive. So many people that have contacted me and are regular contributors have been homeless or seriously ill and understand what it feels like.
There are good people in the world who do care and I have been blessed many times over by their kindness. I have met angels wearing the disguise of ordinary people living ordinary lives.
Whatever you are going through know that it doesn’t hurt to reach out and let people know how you are suffering because there may be someone out there who can help you. Sure there will be detractors, but that’s where you need to be strong inside of your spirit and fight with everything you have got to survive. That’s what I have been doing and if I can do it so can someone else.
Thank you to everyone who cares.
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