Here is an anonymous lady, sitting on her hospital throne just having had her 4th joint replacement. She’s also previously recovered from a Brain Haemorrhage and a mild stroke, but who’s bragging.
Eat that Sir Alex. Only joking, he’s a legend that’s brought joy to the millions – respect!
Anyway, back to this lady. What’s so special about her? Nothing really, she thinks, just unfortunate to have been laden with multiple diseases. No one to blame – not even her God she says.
She hasn’t positively affected millions but she has been to all those around her. Maybe not her daughter in-law but that’s mother-in-laws for you and a given.
She doesn’t lay in bed at home milking her situation and causing grief to those around her. She gets straight back onto that public transport to visit and help others. Allowing those, who aren’t disabled, to park in handicapped bays. You know who we’re talking about – yes, we all watch them in disgust.
She would even sit in the dark or reduce the heating to avoid being a financial burden onto someone else.
We are happy to say that she is back home now recovering, having walked out of the hospital after refusing a wheelchair. Maybe the Man Utd scouts have been looking in the wrong place for heart – sign her up!
This quiet woman has a right to shout out that I’m a good, kind person. These types of people don’t do that, do they, that’s what makes them special. They get on with life and what it throws at them.
Why are they never heard? We say let them have a voice, or let others tell their stories.
Every little part we play of kindness matters, even if you only effect a few. Get up and lead by example even if the worlds against you.
You are an inspiration anonymous mum
“She can’t give you a high five or herself a pat on the back – literally, so why not show her some love with a like.”
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