A Year On - What Has Changed Happy New YearA year after my ten week stay at JCUH and a lot has changed. Although I'm still not as fit as I was pre-amp, and am still on anticoagulant medication (which I will spend the rest of my life taking); but I am walking again, and regaining stamina. A year ago I was laying in a hospital bed barely strong enough to squeeze a ball of paper, and today I am back walking and climbing.
Last year I made a new years ressolution, the only one I've ever kept, I will be back doing what I love again by this time next year... And to a certain extent I have kept that promise, in the new year i will begin to learn to drive and hopefully get my A levels in june next year.
I do not miss my leg and have a far easier and better life without, so if any of you are in the dark place I was last year, there is no rush, it may take time, and be frustratingly slow, but look back and see how far you've come, and most of all enjoy the journey.
"Every 60 seconds you spend sad, angry, frustrated or annoyed is one whole minute of happiness you will never get back"
HAPPY NEW YEAR