Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Corey had a good day. She wore her shamrock socks in honor of her heritage…they were the hit of the gym. The ear, nose and throat Doctor examined her today. Her ears look fine. He believes that the damage from the injury is the cause for the vertigo. He is going to suggest vestibular therapy to be added to her daily regiment. Fortunately, Bryn Mawr rehab has a special team that focuses on just that. We are so blessed to be here!

What a wonderful surprise to have warm weather today. I couldn’t wait to leave work and get to Corey so we could go out for a long walk! We strolled down by the goose pond and watched the geese enjoying their swim. After a bit we continued our walk along the trails towards the back of the hospital until we circled round to the gazebo. We sat enjoying the feel of the sun and the breeze. There was a small garden near us and the crocuses are beginning to bloom. We even saw some pansies. They were purple and yellow; the first flowers of the season. What a lift to our spirit getting a taste of spring!

We hope you all had a good day. For those of you who are local, if you didn’t take advantage of today’s beauty, you have one more shot tomorrow.

The saying One Day at a Time is our new reality. Truthfully we all can only live in the day. Work will still be there, the house can wait to be cleaned, rushing will only get you there ½ a minute earlier with higher stress.

Take time to enjoy the little things. Stop for just 5 minutes and really look at what you would normally just glance at. Do something for fun. It will rejuvenate you! It will help you live the life you have today.

Corey here is one of my favorite Irish Blessings…Happy Dreams, xoxo

Always remember to forget the things that made you sad.
But never forget to remember the things that made you glad.

Always remember to forget the friends that proved untrue.
But never forget to remember those that have stuck by you.

Always remember to forget the troubles that passed away.
But never forget to remember the blessings that come each day.