Same here, I feel your frustration.....when I first had the neck fusion, I used to lay in bed and watch the dust bunnies multiply. Before the surgery I was anal about cleaning my house, actually I was anal about everything, I was a workaholic and thought I was superwoman! I have a friend that once said to me that maybe my situation was pebbles from heaven, hoping to get my attention to slow down....years later, before I finally gave up my job....she said quit your job for God's sake before they start sending boulders. Of course, I didn't and the boulders did come
What I learned when I couldn't do stuff anymore, is that being able to get out of bed in the morning, sharing with my family, petting my dogs etc etc is the stuff that matters!
Even though we live a different life now, we still have much to be grateful for, focus on the good and life does get better....is it easy heck no but it works....and we have our friends here who DO understand!
Post Edited By Moderator (Chutz) : 3/9/2009 11:36:56 PM (GMT-6)