Life is a funny old thing.
I worked out my schedule on Monday and had actually noted which sites I'd visit each day.
I'll spare you the details, but I haven't been able to put weight on my foot since Wednesday morning.
Then it became apparent that I couldn't do it.
So, a huge time out.
There are still things that can be done work-wise without standing up, but there's frustration for sure!
And it dawned on me, for about the hundredth thousand time in my life that:
A). We don't control much.
B). There are so many things we take for granted.
"This will pass," I kept telling myself. "I don't ever take days off. Rest!! Stop trying to get up!!"
The troublesome thing is that I'm not exactly a carefree person.
And it's been a life-long struggle to get there.
Thankfully, Camp Clifford is in full swing so there's been someone here nearly every minute of the two days.
"Bring me a water," has been texted a number of times.
Depending upon others is a good lesson for me too.
I don't have to do everything.
We have guys actually hitting those sites I can't get to.
Dinner will get made!
The dogs will still get their ride.
And I will stand up again.
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