A Brain Aneurysm survivor learning that, “We must be willing to let go of the life we have planned, so as to have the life that is waiting for us.”
— E.M. Forester
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Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Tomorrow marks 7 years since my third aneurysm/bypass surgery! It was a day, shared with many hit and devastated by hurricane Katrina. The whole day just seems so surreal to me still!! My surgery was so risky there was a real possibility I would not wake up from it. The memories are still raw and oh, so real. They are still too painful to write about tonight! It probably doesn't help that I am exhausted from two weeks packed with nonstop busy days, that always makes me feel more 'unstable'.
a photo of Hurricane Isaac from the Weather Channel
SHE STOOD IN THE STORM, AND WHEN THE WIND DID NOT BLOW HER WAY-AND IT SURELY HAS NOT- SHE ADJUSTED HER SAILS" [Elizabeth Edwards]