I have been in Hell for a while. I sincerely believe I had the world by the tail 25 years ago. I was happy, foot loose and fancy free. My mind was sharp, I was quick with a smile and I had reflexes of a cat. Now, I am but a shell of a man.
I just had a sliver of recognition of myself after the car accident. I pulled out license and read the name and studied the picture trying to fathom who this stranger was. I began wearing a bracelet on my left arm so I knew which was left and which was right. I stared at the ground while walking to keep from stumbling.
Yes, I have come a long way. I am a mere mortal now compared to who I was before the accident. I cannot calculate 6 digit number multiplied by another 6 digit number faster than you could enter the equation in your calculator. I can control my emotions better than I did in the ’90s after my accident. I cannot focus intensely on anything for more than an hour.
I gained the ability to read a book just last summer. Wow, I love to read!! I have a subscription to a dozen magazines. I have a stack of about 30 books to read and, just this past year I have already read about 30 books. My retention is a bit lacking tho. I am a huge bookworm now.
I am making more progress than I or anybody else thought would be possible. I even became an affiliate for a company that I am very proud to be a part of. Yes, I am now an internet marketer; a digital marketer. online marketer or Super highway salesman, if you like. I have big dreams that I am pretty sure I can attain. Times are looking better now than they have for a long time.
Sure, I have had successes in between my accident and now. I had a success that can be categorized as huge about 5 or 6 years ago. I had a good time with that money and haven’t been able to duplicate it since. But, now I am off on a new adventure that I am confident will bring much success. So, here’s to life, to success and to the ability to appreciate them.
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