Progress…Slow & Steady

“Sometimes life knocks you on your ass… get up, get up, get up!!! Happiness is not the absence of problems, it’s the ability to deal with them.” ― Steve Maraboli,  Life, the Truth, and Being Free

Yesterday, Friday I went for a session of therapy. It was to check how I was doing since surgery. The good news was, that I had gained a ten point in range of motion, since pre-op measurements, for most areas of the new hip. It gave me the feeling that, like little Johnny, I had received an “A” on a test Then the therapist gave some new exercises for me to do to help move that range of motion even further. The whole session lasted about an hour.

All my life has been one challenge after the other, challenges that if I wouldn’t have had the attitude to move forward, I would have never attained some of the gains in my life. I am someone who needs a challenge, something to cheer me on, to keep my eyes looking forward and never backwards. The therapist also added a new challenge, it is to start conquering walking up and down my wheelchair ramp. I am looking forward to conquering that, it means my goal of walking around the neighborhood is one step closer.

My next appointment is the middle of June where I will see the surgeon one day, then the next day more therapy.

I hope that maybe my posts about my battle to walk again might inspire others to keep moving forward, face the challenges that life throws your way.

So dear reader, once again I wish thank everyone for their support and their cheers from the sidelines!

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  1. ashleyleia

    That’s fantastic progress!

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    1. rts – Facing the Challenges of Mental Health

      Yes, I was elated yesterday! Hard work does pay off Ashley!

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      1. ashleyleia

        It certainly does!

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  2. Tangie

    Wonderful news, keeping you in prayers

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    1. rts – Facing the Challenges of Mental Health

      Thank you Tangie!

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      1. Tangie

        You are welcome

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