Who Knew?

One minute you know how things will unfold. The next moment, you're on the ground, making friends with the asphalt. That's just about how it happened this last weekend when I fractured my left ankle and right elbow. The embarrassment aside, it's been a learning experience. Fortunately, the fractures were mild which means -- you can move the joints, but "not too much." I'm right handed so I have to do nearly everything with my left hand. Things are a big squiggly on that front. I've had to reschedule some singing events and for now, pace myself. Oh well, important to take life one day at a time while continuing to remain energetic and optimistic. After this occurrence there have been more than a dozen people who have had mishaps. I've found that I'm not as bad off as some others I've heard about. The lesson seems to be move forward, continue to heal and expect the unexpected. Left-handed hugs for Spring! Lynn

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  • Katherine Laster

    Katherine Laster

    God Bless You, Real Good! Keep on singing! Luv, Dr. Kathi

    God Bless You, Real Good! Keep on singing! Luv, Dr. Kathi

  • Caroline

    Caroline La Canada

    You've always been an inspiration and this shows how much you have helped me thrive with my MS. Love you cousin!

    You've always been an inspiration and this shows how much you have helped me thrive with my MS. Love you cousin!

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