We arrived home mid afternoon yesterday after another uncomfortable journey and I was soon reminded that I was back at square one, as I was greeted by all the things that I was banned from doing for the next six weeks. At this point I was wishing I’d not bothered with any Christmas decorations this year, even my half-hearted attempt to ‘get into the Christmas spirit’, is now another item on the list of things which I need to ask for help with to remove.
I’ve been awake for a while now, trying to plan how I can get through ‘Day One’ without losing my mind. I need to take things one day at a time, so if I can get through today then I stand a chance of getting through tomorrow. I understand that I need to (and must) ask for help, but if I can just do ONE THING each day which I can count as an achievement, then I stand a chance of making it.
Lorna March said:
You will make it through, you always do. You expected the worse first time round and you managed. I know this time it’s longer but it’s a drop in the ocean compared to the length of time that you will reap the rewards. IF you behave and do as your told haha.
Chin up you CAN do it. Love you xxx
slowly but surely wins the race x
Tracy G said:
Baby steps & no changing duvets ….
Miss independent is going to have to accept help & like you say do little things nothing major ….
Lornas right you can do it & overcome this setback & hopefully it won’t be as bad as you thought … You are so used to doing things & getting on with it but for once you have to learn to ask & accept help Hun …. XXXX rest up & use the time to catch up on some tv & reading …. XXXX. Once your back on your feet or arm there will be plenty to do so let someone else take the strain for a while ok xxx you told me to do that & I’m learning to let the lads take some of the pressure off & so must you xxxxx