First World Problems
You ask anyone with a disability what they encounter on a day to day basis, they will take most things in their stride after a while.
Early last year, someone I knew was banging-on Social Media about having some elective surgery to a sports injury (OK, elective is debatable).
But, he had surgery, a short stint in hospital, then inpatient rehab for a few weeks, then home to continue rehab as an out-patient with a boot, what-not.
Where normal life of work, study, family would continue pretty close to normal.
Really, what annoyed me about this was he really wanted sympathy and I didn’t have it for him because at the same time I was upstairs in the same rehab facility.
And in my room of 4 beds, I was the Neuro (Neurology) patient in the room. And I was there because I’d had Botox in my calf and my leg put in a cast!
Have you ever heard of such a thing?
And no, Botox. Not just for young and old to make them look younger!
I will explain Botox in my next post.
Guess, I’m writing that one now too!