The word itself means I’m possible.
This is a quote that I ran across a few years ago and I try to live it; I have even placed it above my fireplace.
I continue to tell my story because my hope is that one day someone in a similar situation as my parents will run across my story and second guess a doctor’s educational diagnosis. WordPress and other types of writing will have to do because I have not figured out how to break into the world of public speaking. Anyone know how?
2/13/2007 I should have been killed quite frankly, photos of my car are in the photos page if you have not seen them yet. I had a broken collarbone, brain stem damage, a severe TBI, a pulverized spleen, double vision, and my stomach was in my chest. I was a 3 on the Glasgow coma scale.
From what I was told, doctors didn’t give me ANY hope; they told my parents to put me in a nursing home and get on with their life.
Well my parents didn’t listen and I am very thankful of that.
I have miraculous leaps and bounds;
Earned my AS and BS in Accounting and MS in Forensic Accounting
Relearned to drive
Started competing in paracycling
Bought a condo.
Not too shabby for someone who wasn’t supposed to live?
Nothing is impossible, the word itself means I’m possible. Are you living to the best of your abilities?