I may be physically weak but I'm getting stronger and as much as I miss lifting heavy weight, there is something inspiring about starting from scratch and working my way back up.
What ensued over the following weeks was both further regression of my speaking abilities and a frantic search for methods of nonverbal communication to ensure my needs were met.
*Disclaimer* If you are reading this post there is a 95% chance the negative parts are not directed at you. The people that I call out will probably never read this. And if they let do, I hope we can chat about it. People come and go, but for me, since becoming bedridden, people have... Continue Reading →
I had visitors this past weekend. It was the first time in months that someone from out-of-town has visited me, and despite what some of my other posts may suggest, it was certainly the most active I've been while being bedridden. Stephanie Land, a wonderful writer and friend who works with the Blue Ribbon Foundation,... Continue Reading →
Please subscribe to my blog below It's fair to say most people know, or can at least imagine, that constantly going without exposure to sunlight can adversely alter one's mental state. Well, I'll tell you, it's definitely true. Constantly living in the dark can absolutely jeopardize one's mental health, if not completely destroy it.... Continue Reading →