Ξ April 30th, 2010 | → 0 Comments | ∇ Art-tastic, For The Kingdom, Les Petite Dolls, The Healing Garden |
They Will Be Done
There seems to be a lack of simple acts of kindness in the world today. I found this on blog I was reading and wanted to share it here. Always remember to put yourself in the other person’s shoes if only for a moment.
I’ve been busy with Physical Therapy and pain management so I haven’t been around to blog as much as I would like. This too shall pass. I’ve been reminded several times of God’s Timing this week and know he has a plan for my healing process. I’m using a walker part time now and even though I’m slower than a slug I’ll progress with God’s Timing. When I’ve mastered the art of using the walker I’ll slowly progress to a cane. I’ve been frustrated beyond belief with this slow process but thanks to the message of God’s Timing I know he’s got something wonderful planned for me and I’m DELIGHTED! Sometimes we have to dig really deep into the pile of poo we’re in.. but there is always HOPE!
Speaking of standing… yes! My physical therapy is coming along nicely. I’ve had three sessions and can’t praise my therapists enough. I love them all. I do what is much like circuit training. Each patient is assigned exercises by one of the PTs and a timer is set and placed next to us while we do our gig. Once the timer goes off one of the PTs comes over and gives us another ditty to do, or moves us to where we need to be, be it a machine, a bench, or a bar for stretching (or ordering a brew-ha ha). I’m really learning a lot and am able to take a few side steps using a bar to hold onto for dear life! I was unable to do that a few days ago so I have seen huge progress already. By week three who knows what I’ll be capable of. I have three days next week and I’m really looking forward to them. I’ll keep you posted on my progress! Keep me posted on yours as well. I’m always curious to see what everyone is painting, sculpting, cooking and decorating! Happy Easter to all of you and thank you for dropping by to see what I’ve been doing.