Finding Normalcy when Nothing’s Normal

My OT tells me we have to start where we are and find a normal life from there.I haven’t felt “normal” since March, when the mass on my brain stem was discovered. I’m so glad this week happened. I was able to do things that I love and discover my normal starting where I am.

1. I taught my FIRST EVER wheelchair yoga class. 🧘🏼‍♀️ I was able to teach my peers with brain injuries at rehab a 30minute session that included asana and savasana.

2. I LEFT THE HOUSE and went to DINNER 🤭 this is something I really had to prep for mentally. I’m so nervous to eat in front of other humans. We went to The Woolworthin downtown Dallas. The elevator was broken so I had to walk up about 20 steps. Thank God for physical therapy that prepared me for that! When I arrived at the table, the staff and my friends were so accommodating. I’m on a strictly purée diet, and the chef thought of something he could make with. Let’s just say… YUMMY 😋 I also had Creme Brûlée for dessert. I give The Woolworth five stars! You must go if you’re in Dallas. Anyway, back to the adventure out of the house. I had to go to the bathroom, but I was wearing a ROMPER. Who does that!? So, my friend Caitlin had to come to help me get it off to use the bathroom! Lol 😆 Let’s just say I accidentally ripped my romper.

This week was full of adventure! I began to feel like myself again. So, I guess you could say I’m starting from where I am.

Love y’all 🧚🏻‍♀️❤️


5 thoughts on “Finding Normalcy when Nothing’s Normal

  1. Teaching a class to others with brain injuries? Uh, hi, hello… you’re such a light in this world! And going to dinner? What an amazing restaurant for fixing you good food you can enjoy. All of this is to be celebrated!!! Prayers and loving energy continuing to be sent to you from me. Xoxo, Morgan

  2. Amazing and awesomeness…a beautiful beginning to a new and adventuresome “normal”…for tbis wonderful moment! The joy you are and the joy you share will be your normal! Giving thanks foe you!!

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