May 29, 2020 at 7:25 pm
I believe that mine was a blessing in disguise as I could have died on the operating table as I was scheduled to go for surgery on Tuesday morning and I had the stroke on Sunday morning. I now have all the time to give to people who are broken because of life going wrong in their lives. I also had an opportunity to make up for all the time I wasn’t home to spend time with my kids because I was working. It taught me the importance of life and to make the best of each day as tomorrow isn’t guaranteed.
Kele, what you said is amazing. Yes, it is important to appreciate what we have now.
I heard you are very active in Facebook helping other survivors. What are survivors discussing there?