I’ve been emailing with someone who had a stroke and has multiple kids. Now, I’m speculating here and going to write about something that I have not experienced myself and know nothing about. I have no children and I’m not married. I think, maybe, again I don’t know for sure as I have no experience being a mother, but I think that being a mom might actually help recovery in the long run. It will give you a motivation to work hard unlike any other. Maybe, maybe not. I really had very little motivation myself. Getting back to the life that I was leading prior to the stroke was not motivation for me. I hated that life and wanted out. I was going to get out but then one day the universe thought “nah, I’m gonna teach her a lesson and disable her and make her live in absolute, utter HELL for a few years.” Lesson learned, universe, lesson learned. Thanks. Other than my animals, I really had no motivation. That’s when the support and love of a few friends and family members became critical because without that I would’ve been outta here.
This has nothing to do with anything….. So, I googled “grumpy cat lesson” to try to find a GC picture to put in this post and a picture of a schnauzer came up…..I have a thing with schnauzers.
Here’s my schnauzer….