It’s already September. That means it’s also National Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month.
My world was shaken Wednesday night with yet another reminder of just how fragile life is for all of us.
It was eight years ago today that I broke my neck in a diving accident. A lot happened in a split second. And a lot has continued to happen. Every new experience has the potential to teach us something. When you keep your eyes, ears and heart open you can learn a lot. On this eighth anniversary, I felt it appropriate to share a few things I’ve come to appreciate these past 2,922 days.
In celebration of Make Music Day, below are 9 tracks that comprise the soundtrack of my life. This is not a list of my favorite songs, but a specific collection of melodies that remind me of the transformative moments that have shaped who I am today.
My Dad gave me a piece of paper. It reminded me how lucky I am.
I’m kind of starting to develop a bad habit that I hope is more random fluke rather than planned tendency – a late spring visit to the emergency room that turns into a prolonged hospital stay.
A version of this post I wrote had previously appeared on Lea Black’s website, but it certainly warrants repeating…
Do you know which time will be the last time? What would you do differently if next time was the last time?
This past Tuesday I was asked to host a Facebook Live Q&A which you can check out here if interested… Or just find out what Easter eggs truly despise.
I will be hosting a Facebook Live session on Tuesday, 4/11.
Oh, and I have a deadline for the first draft of my book…