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Slowly but surely

Today I woke-up without a headache!

First time since the elbow to the head incident on Oct.2nd.

It took me a good 30 minutes to realize that my head was feeling fabulous.

I spent the whole day telling myself that my brain was amazing and healthy.

The last 2 weeks have been difficult.

My brain is my best tool. I use it every single day.

I never realized how hard it is to turn my brain off so it could heal.

These last 2 weeks have showed me a whole new world. A world where something that was easy to do is no longer easy.

I couldn’t look at a computer, couldn’t go to work, couldn’t read a book or do sudoku or cross-word puzzle.

I’m still not sure I can do much of these yet but today, I didn’t have a headache.

One small step at the time!

I will fall asleep telling myself that my brain is strong and healthy.

Tomorrow will be another great day and next week I will be back at work!

Here is to positive thinking!

I can’t wait to be able to write for real, I need to tell you about our thanksgiving weekend.

As I stopped writing during my recovery, my ranking dropped on the top mommy blog website, if you enjoy my posts, please click on the icon on my blog site and help me get back in the top 25.

In the meantime, I believe my hubby would like me to help picking up the fall leaves…

But I think we should wait as there are still plenty to fall…

Sorry for the typos, I am sure I had plenty, I am writing on my phone and I don’t want to push my luck and my healthy brain too much!

8 thoughts on “Slowly but surely

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  3. happy you are feeling better at last. perhaps it was a way for you to see through someone else’s eyes how challenging it can be to do things we take for granted. a hard way to learn it though.

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