What a year it’s been! Our little family has been through so many ups and downs. It’s been a difficult year for the world too. The media taking any chances it could to grasp onto any bit of ‘happy’ news it could! Fine examples being the announcement of Royal baby number 3 and the engagement of Megan and Prince Harry! The world we live in is becoming a hostile place, I guess it’s our job as parents to try and focus on the positives even when there are so little.
This coming year, I will face many challenges. There’s going to be lots of hardship but along with that, many exciting new adventures. I’m about to start the FND Rehabilitation course on Thursday. This is a great opportunity and I plan to give it my all. I am so blessed to have the help of my wonderful Auntie K and Uncle A. If it wasn’t for them, I wouldn’t be able to take up this chance. They ALWAYS go above and beyond to help our little family. They do all this, despite the fact that they have their own family to look after. We really don’t deserve all their help and I just wish there was a way to thank them properly!
Over the next 5 weeks, I will be working all day Monday and Tuesday and half day on Wednesday. The rest of the week, I will be at the hospital attending the rehab clinic. This means, I have no rest days other than the weekend. I’m anxious as to whether my body/brain will cope but I know that I can be strong. I have my boys and Mr Right and with them or at least for them, I can achieve anything.
I will try and post each day, if well enough, about my experiences at the rehab in the hope that it will help others decide whether it is right for them. It’s all quite exciting and hopefully, a great way to start the new year!
As well as the rehab, I will be making some huge changes this year. I will reveal those closer to the time. I’m hoping all of these together, will make for a better, more secure future for our little family.
I would like to take this opportunity to wish all my readers an amazing New Year 2018. I hope this year brings you nothing but happiness and wellness.
Thanks for taking the time to read my story.