I believe there is a reason I survived having a stroke on October 14, 2014.
I thought my struggle with PTSD was bad until I suffered a left hemispheric brain stroke and felt the vulnerability, hopelessness and fear of being confined inside my body without independent mobility.
The entire experience changed my life . . . for the better! No doubt, I appreciate each minute so much more.
The stroke caused me to take serious inventory of my life - and count my blessings.
I appreciate the friends and family who have stood by me and offered encouragement every time I have whined. Those who remind me of my capabilities when I was lacking confidence.
In short, I owe a sincere thanks to everyone who has lit a fire under my azz, for reminding me there is a reason I am still here and that I am blessed with a continued opportunity to leave my footprint on this earth.
#StrokeSurvivor #PTSDWarrior #CourageUp