You’re Complaining About What?
Aimee Copeland came outside today for the first time since losing her left leg, right foot, both hands and part of her torso to Necrotizing Fasciitis know as the flesh-eating disease. This girl is a 24-year-old graduate student. Her dad said that soon after she was told of the amputations she wanted to know about prosthetics. She vows to walk down the aisle next year to receive her Masters degree.
Now I had to say to myself that every time a little something goes wrong, I need to remember Aimee Copeland and try to figure out how to deal with whatever. I know that some of you have devastating issues that you are dealing with and I don’t mean to make light of them but I think most of us as a dear friend once told me “Make Big Ones Out of Little Ones”
For today I am saying to myself suck it up and keep it moving. Have faith, you can handle it.
Posted on June 26, 2012, in Thoughts and tagged amputations, flesh eating disease, Necrotizing Fasciitis. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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