I’ve said it before (Trust: Build it, keep it and succeed) and will say it again, trust is at the base of our ability to lead others - you might argue that credibility comes before trust and I’d be O.K.with that.
Well it’s more than 5 weeks post surgery and almost 5 weeks at home!
Things are starting to get back to being more “normal”. Some of the early meds to help recovery are done. Incisions are all healed and fading. My chest is feeling stronger - not ready for pushing or pulling yet but able to handle smaller tasks. Closing a snap lid food container is getting easier (who would have thought that would have been a healing challenge!?)
I’ve been thinking about this for a while. Life, it’s about being successful. And I know that success is different for each of us! And, even if we think of what success is and it seems the same as someone else, it probably means something different to us. Success is unique to each of us and we all want to feel successful - right?
Well, I have to say that the “truck that ran me over was bigger than expected”! We had a lot of support from a lot of people giving us tidbits of information around the challenge as they saw it with their loved ones. Thank you to everyone!