Sunday, October 14, 2018



I was told it was easy
To put one foot in front of the other
That is not easy
That is the most difficult thing to do
I can’t even catch my breath
I can’t vocalize a coherent thought
Put one foot in front of the other
That takes effort and energy
Both of which I do not possess
It takes hunger and drive
Of which I have never had
I will focus on breathing
Lungs expanding
Then contracting
They said it was natural
We do it without being aware
I am aware of every pain
Of every pull
Of every tug
First I need to learn to breathe
Then we will work on my feet

No comments:

Post a Comment

I Was There To Hold His Hand

     Our dad is dying. He is in his final days. My sister Angela is doing an amazing job caring for him in her home. She is overseeing care,...