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In a WheelChair

Posted Dec 18 2010 9:16pm

The last quarter of this year has been a very challenging time for me. It started out with my accident which results to a knee operation to repair my tendon. I thought it was just a simple ordeal but three months after here I am still in bed and I am still not given a go signal to used my right leg. It’s tough because it’s my first time to be away from my daughter for a week. I am used to being independent, so it’s hard for me to depend on anybody for anything. I learned that your loved ones would always be there for you, you just need to asked.

But the most painful part of all this experience is not being able to perform my job as a mother fullly. There are times when I feel that I am neglecting my little girl though I have my sister in law to take over. In fact, I almost have dissapointed her. When the doctor told me that it’s not yet time for me to walk, I gave up the idea of watching her perform for their christmas spectacle. But she insisted. She told me I have to watch. I am so thankful that my brother supported me. He told me he can carry the wheelchair in school.

and so even if I don’t like to be out of the house because of my bloated face and being in a wheelchair, I still went to school. and I am happy that I did. My daughter was all smile when she saw me. She performed really well and made mommy proud. I am happy. And yes, because of that event I realized that indeed I am blessed to have a family who loves me UNCONDITIONALLY.

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