1 year has passed since that fateful day on 27th February 2010, a day that I will never forget. Looking back, it’s a relief and a comeback too, from the horrific injuries, surgical operations, rehabilitation and post recovery.
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During this 1 year, lots of different learning experiences, many challenges, thoughts, emotions and blessings too. Deeper friendships forged and new friendships found, blessings in disguise all around. Regular follow-up specialist medical appointments took a toll on me too before the green light given by my specialists to give me the breather after giving me 6 months and 1 year next follow-up dates.
Work and business are affected, return to action does not equate to being able to work and function properly like before, and it’s still a ongoing marathon out there. The time is right, with the 1 year mark, it’s time to put this horrific incident into history, and start afresh, especially my sports and recreation, to lead and maintain a healthy and active lifestyle.
This 1 year, I am very grateful to those who have given me a lot of moral and emotional support throughout the ordeal and recovery. It’s an experience beyond anybody’s imagination and this will only serve me well in the future, in handling difficult situations, learning how to recover from Ground Zero and rise from the ashes again.
You’ll Never Walk Alone !