Where am I going?
I look here, look there and everywhere.
I see the road ahead and I still do not know where I am supposed to go.
Many say, map it out!
Some say, plan it out!
Others say, know your destination!
Like the sound of a train making that choo-choo sound.
The smells of that smokey steam engine that permeate the air.
It passes by and I still have no clue!
There are days where things get out of hand.
And there are days where the focus is relentless.
Like taking a bite out of a favorite dessert, Yum!
But no matter where the destination?
Just know that your success is straight ahead.
Keep going, keep going and do not stop!
Recovering from surgery can be a bitch. It has been three months since I underwent arthroscopic knee surgery for a torn meniscus. Two weeks before my incident I had knee symptoms with pain and discomfort. I could not figure out the source or the cause.
Incident: The day before Thanksgiving as I was leaving work, talking with my co-worker. I stepped down from the curb and all of a sudden I felt a popping from behind my right knee. The pain was so excruciating, my tears appeared, and the expression on my face was heartbreaking as described later by my coworker, Cindy. What comes to my mind was the horrific pain, OMG!!! She helped me to my car and all the while thinking how was I going to drive home? I propped myself inside the car, my coworker, Cindy says to me, ” take your time before turning on the car.” She offered to stay with me but I told her I would be okay, but deep down inside I was terrified. I finally got the courage to start the car, every stop light I alternated with my left foot. I tried my best not to think about the pain. I got home safely, but my husband had to assist me out of the car.
Recovery: I stayed at home in recovery for two weeks after my surgery. I could have used the allotted time given of my Family Medical Leave, but I decided to return to work. Some days are more challenging than others, but my focus is to be well.
Life Lesson: Embrace each day, no matter what the challenge…food for thought.