It’s okay not to feel chipper all the time – that’s what I keep learning
It’s 5 : 31 PM on day 691 of my journey towards independence and I’ve managed to brush my teeth, feed myself Chapati, chicken, baked potato and scrambled eggs for breakfast, drink apple juice by myself, exercise my hands, feed myself Pasta for lunch, send my story to Longevity magazine – they might be doing a story on me and my Clean Water for All Campaign God knows why I was just doing my part to make this world a better place - and listen to music.
Last night (August 3rd) laying in bed thinking about what my physiotherapist said in the afternoon you did good today I was both happy and irritated happy because I knew I did good and irritated because I knew that non-disabled people probably never had to think about whether their hamstrings were stretched or not I was not jealous it just got to me how most non-disabled walk around oblivious to their blessings complaining about the little things I honestly felt like throwing something. Do you sometimes pretend that you’re okay for the sake of those around you?
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