It has been almost a week since I have written this blog. Mostly, I felt limited in my thought process as I try to rebound from my knee surgery. While there has been improvement and I have somewhat resumed my activities, I am still in the process of healing. This is a terribly… Continue reading The Moment
As I approach the three week mark of having my surgery, I realize that I am frustrated. Frustrated that even the most basic task is painful. Frustrated that I am not farther along in my recovery. This morning after going to Kroger, I let my emotions be released. If I could have gotten… Continue reading The Struggle
If you remember my Mother’s Day blog last year, you might guess that I am on the same path. If you don’t remember, let me just summarize……..we really don’t need a commercial day designated to the sole purpose of creating unrealistic expectations for our loved ones. Why cram in all in one day when… Continue reading Mother’s Day……Again?
As I sit on my bed on this beautiful Kentucky morning, I am reminded of two things…….life is very good and I am so proud to live in this beautiful state. The first Saturday in May is Louisville’s largest party with an extended invitation to the world. There is no shortage of beautiful horses, fashionable… Continue reading The Long Shot
Living in a town that celebrates the greatest two minutes in sports for a solid two weeks, it’s hard not to feel a sense of pride, joy, and a touch of sadness. I bet the last word surprised you, but with two weeks into my recovery from having my meniscus removed from my knee,… Continue reading What are you Celebrating?
I have dual citizenship as I am a frequent visitor to a place called crazy town. If you haven’t been there, you must take time to visit. Unfortunately, if you stay too long, I can’t guarantee an easy reentry. Since I have been visiting a lot more often since my surgery, I am privy… Continue reading Crazy Town
“How are you today?” the friendly clerk asked. “Great. How about you?” I inquire. She proceeds to tell me about her health issues that are weighing heavy on her mind and I share that I can completely understand. We chat for a few more minutes, I wish her the best of luck, and we… Continue reading Grocery Therapy