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I went to physical therapy today. I was hurting because of a back injury I had the week before in therapy. Katie, my therapist, felt very badly that I had hurt my back, and altered her training to help with my back. She is really good and I think, with her help, I will be Ok.
We are now told, here in Oregon, that we do not have to wear masks if we have had both of our shots. What a relief that is. What bothers me is the thousands of people that refuse to get their shots. They must feel they will live forever.
I had two close friends and one family member come down with COVID-19, so I know it is real.
I was thinking the other day of so many things that seems to be going wrong with my body. POOR ME!!
I have had so many surgeries, I have to be careful drinking water because it may flow all over the carpet from all the incisions. 🙂
The people at the hospital know me by my first name!! 🙂
What I do to keep my sanity is realize that there are people who are worse off than I am. I hurt for all the people who are confined to a wheelchair. I feel compassion for those who have Alzheimer’s. Those who are blind, I reach out to in love
There are many more that are suffering more than me. I am very blessed by God to be where I am right now.
How about you? Does it seem like you have been picked to be the one to suffer more than others? Does it seem unfair to be sick and weak so much?
You certainly are not alone. Not only have I been there, but millions of other people have as well.
During this time of heavy storms, thank God for that. Those who suffer are blessed by God more than any other person on earth. He knows your pain. He knows what you are going through. Lean on Him and He will carry you through all your storms.
You are never alone.
You are never forsaken.
You are never unloved.
And above all…never, ever, give up!