Everybody has flaws – that’s what I keep learning
It’s 4 : 46 PM on day 754 of my journey towards independence and I’ve managed to brush my teeth, feed myself a peanut butter sandwich for breakfast, drink water by myself, publish my Disability of the Day feature, practice typing with both hands, stretch my hamstrings – I spent about two hours stretching which is the longest I’ve ever exercised (SO PROUD of myself) – and feed myself rice and curry for lunch.
This morning my parents were helping my sister with her bursary applications (she’s going to university next year) and I couldn’t help but feel a little jealous my parents expect so much from my siblings and so little from me when people ask my parents about their kids they totally skip me and start talking about my sister and brother who can blame them my daughter is going to be a doctor is more impressive than my daughter is a social media manager/blogger/philanthropist (when people hear or see your name attached to the word philanthropist they run far and they run fast because they’re afraid you’ll ask them for their money or their time it’s quite funny to watch LOL) whatever I have decided not to be jealous of anyone anymore my parents may never see all that I do but I do and more importantly God does. Do you acknowledge your flaws and try to do something about them?
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