The Day I Learned I Could No Longer Jump (or Learning to Fly)
Jay Armstrong

Thank you for sharing your story. I’m not one of those ‘everything happens for a reason people’ — not by a long shot. I am, however a huge admirer of people who take a terrible situation and make some good of it and sharing your story is very, very good. It is a reminder to all that we need to live the big life we are imagining right now because many things can intervene to take that big life away.

I’m sorry your little brain is doing it’s disappearing act — so very unfair. I wish you the best in managing and carrying on and shifting the big things to the things you can do.

And I’m really sorry you are getting messaged by that woman who wants you to try working on your ears. Apparently she’s too busy listening to actually read.

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