If you think the clouds are beautiful, then think again. Those aren’t clouds, and we need Superman! Here is enough evidence for me…. And I hope you will take it too heart!
Published by chatcat76
In suffering, an advocate is born. And also lots of empathy as we see into another's soul. It's a gift...yes, it can actually be a gift. Some are difficult to handle or open, but often they are the ones that serve us well. Undoing the ribbon can be terribly frustrating! Being "un-able" to do what others do at times, causes us to look for other avenues. We don't easily give up. I focus on validation, (yes, we are all crazy!), and my passion... The love of travel! Yep, those two are interesting, and add a service dog in the mix! I base how I am "perceived" by what others say who know me well... "Positive" (you've got to be kidding, I had no clue you were disabled) and my favorite by my personal Mr. Taxi Man, Cleo .... "What a gift to take you places because you leave me with a smile and who would know all you and Mr. Charles deal with - what an honor to serve you"! WOW....does that help when we are beaten down like a nail in sand? Our family and close friends THINK they know us, but those who spend the most time with us and LISTEN to what we are really saying, are those who see who we really are. In fact, those who have their own opinions of myself, I realize are those who are NEVER asked me "what do you think"? They do the thinking for me! We who have a "dis-abling" issue are stronger than imagined. And that's because we are quicker to ask for help on a much higher plane and are more accepting of the answers. "Thy will be done". View all posts by chatcat76