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Riding my wave of Life # 2



It is now 9 months past my accident and the challenges keep on coming .....


It has turned out that my first surgeon who had put my pelvis back together did not do a good job, and for 4 months I had to feel and observe my installation falling apart.


In January, 2023 it was time to participate in another surgery. All the screws were taken out to then put me back together, adding some extras. Job was well done, but my bladder got injured and leaked into my body , which added another 6 weeks of desperation, to then after many devastating challenges during this time, led to another surgery to fix my bladder....


Finally after 2 months the catheter that had become a necessary but extremely

depressing part of my life was removed from my bladder and I was finally able to move more freely. I never imagined that the simple act to go to the bathroom could be so satisfying....


Our challenges are master teachers and sometimes turn into a whole crucible that brings us down to our knees. They humble us and bring us to appreciate the things that we take for granted. They rattle our life and make us understand what it is that really matters .... They show us our strength and resilience and teach us that we need to listen to our own truth.




It is to the love of my family and our beloved guardians that my healing has been taken place for several times and that I am today able to walk again and that I am slowly finding some life energy to thrive of. I know that my challenges are not over and that there is more to come, but I am grateful to be where I am right now. Able to create, to send love to my days and to be loved ....







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