It’s been a tough week – the shocking news of bombings at the Boston Marathon, a deadly earthquake in Iran, and the fiery explosions in Texas. I was looking for something fun or funny to ease the drama when I remembered the lady I had seen years ago who laughed for a living. She had one of the weirdest jobs in the world. I had seen a video in which she sat in the middle of an audience. I never saw what was happening on stage but after a few minutes this lady started to giggle
Key West, Florida, is the southernmost part of the United States and somewhere I had never visited before. I finally had my chance last week. Hubby and I drove down to Florida, partly for the warmth and partly to visit family, and we decided to spend a couple of nights in Key West. But I was warned – it’s nothing special, you’ll be underwhelmed, it’s better if you have a boat – basically, don’t go thinking it’s a really great place. We had a great time. It was after the E
Everything had been going fine until that day - the day I thought I was paralyzed. Then it all changed. But life happens and I just figured that with a bit of rest, physiotherapy and medication I’d be fine again. Is that how it happened for you, quickly? Some people get a ‘little’ sick and figure that they can work through it, tough it out, and all will be well. But it doesn’t happen that way, they never seem to get better, and the doubt creeps in. Will I ever get well?