Physically Impossible to Walk With Your Head In Your Behind!

Thanks to all who read and or commented on my last journal entry.
I don’t normally like to preach from atop a soapbox (it’s difficult to climb on and off when you walk with crutches, trust me). Nonetheless, I needed to write it. I’m not someone who deals well with change. The anxiety that accompanies the unknown, is sometimes enough to stop me in my tracks. In this case, however, the steps that my family members and I have taken are positive. The pros outweigh cons. Therefore, to me, it feels right.

It feels much better than trying to walk around with my head burried in my behind (I’ve discovered it’s physically impossible to ambulate with one’s head stuck “where the sun don’t shine”). Not to mention, I think my voice is much louder and clearer; I like to keep my head between my shoulders.

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