Little Legs, Big Things

Truth be told, my plan, in this moment, was to be out getting some attention payed to my feet for a pedicure. I am in DESPERATE need. And then, it started to rain… torrentially…and lightning. This little lightning rod stays inside at times like this, so here I am.

Realizing it’s been awhile since I have blogged, and tomorrow being a fairly big day for these little legs, I figured that now would be a good time for a little update. The past four weeks have been interesting, to say the least. On March 14th I found myself rolling back into the operating room with a non-union in my left femur; among other issues.

Following surgery, it was hard. The procedure was far more involved than anticipated and my pain levels shot through the roof. In my book, things were not ok. This was ironic considering a couple months ago my friend and fellow yogi, Lisa, asked if I would do a Ted Talk. The theme being twists and turns, and my talk title? It’s OK to not be OK. HAH! See what I mean? Totally ironic. There were several moments over the past weeks when I found myself wanting to pull out of the event. How on earth, with the amount of pain I was in, and still fumbling around on crutches, would I be able to get my act together?! And the more I practiced and read my talk over and over… the more it resonated with me… I was meant to do it. Quitting was not/is not an option.

For two years I have been holding tight onto believing that there are underlying reasons why I moved to Florida. It wasn’t just to save my ability to walk. Perhaps this has something to do with it? I don’t know. There are no expectations and the possibilities are ENDLESS.

So, if you’re interested, the event will be streamed life tomorrow, Wednesday, April 11, 2018. Here is the link. Since I am a guest speaker, I will be the last one to talk in the first block; around 10:10AM EST.

Little legs, big things. Here we go!

LOVE.

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