I hope everybody is having a blessed Wednesday to all.
God has been so merciful with me, not only he gave me a second chance to life, but he has blessed me with a group of wonderful people around me. Having a strong support group is very important for a successful rehabilitation. My support network is far more of what I ever expected. Throughout my recovery I have met a variety of people, all with a great heart, all having the Divine skill of sending words of support when it is needed the most. It brings joy to my heart to know that they support me because of their good heart. It humbles me to know that by the articles I write this selected group have become very close to me, regardless of the physical distance. I want to recognize some of my virtual angels.
Lee Staniland, your ability to share the wealth of experience, advice and knowledge you possess, makes me see my days brighter. It reinforces my belief of “it will all get better”. I am so happy I have met you. You are truly a TBI Warrior.
Debbie Hampton, thank you for sharing your experience, knowledge, and advices too. You help me see life in a more positive way. Those quotes you post on Facebook are not unread. They bring blessing to my life and I am sure there are more lives being touch by your work. Keep it up, don’t stop.
Debbie Kendall, your advice and fighting spirit is contagious. Thank you for sharing your strength with me. You make a huge difference in my life. Your help in spreading awareness is priceless. Thank you so much for how you are with me.
Nancy Westacott, you are always there for advice and encouragement. Even on those moments when I need them the most, there you are like a miracle. Thank you for being such a support.
Andrea Lewis, despite of what might be going in your day, you always set time apart to let me know that you are there, sending me virtual hugs, and wishing me good times, thank you for being there for me. Hugs.
Debra Marie, you are always such a help in spreading the word of awareness. No matter when or where there you are helping me, and reminding me of honor and selfless service. You are an example of that. Thanks for your support and advices.
GU Smith, you are always there at the right time. It fills my heart with joy how you let me know almost every day that you are there, that you have not forgotten. You words of compassion and care make a big difference in my life. Thank you for being there, and for being wise when providing words of encouragement.
Dana Dillon, thanks for your help in bringing awareness. Your helping hand is almost visible to me. Thanks for what you do for me.
Victoria or Tori, thank you for always caring about my rehabilitation and my treatment. Your advices on what I should be looking for in the most physically painful times are great. It really make me feel like I have another therapist in the distance. Thank you.
Linda Dee, thank you for sharing your story with me. Your strength motivated me. Your positive view of life is amazing. Thank you so much fellow TBI Warrior.
MudDawgsMMA, Karen Bice, Tracy Olson and Chris Levings, thank you for always being there reminding me that I am not alone. Your help in bringing awareness is amazing and very appreciated. Your comments are not unread, I read them and truly make a difference. God bless you.
To all my online friends, thank you. Your support means the world to me. All of you give purpose to my recovery and my mission. God bless you all. I am going to try to do an article like this every month. I apologize if I forgot somebody, please don’t take it personal. You know about my memory problem. If I forgot you now, I won’t in the future.
All of you are my Virtual Guardian Angels. Thank you for making a difference in my life.
IT WILL ALL GET BETTER