It is impossible to make it through this life without friends. After my accident in 2011, some of the dynamics of my friendships have changed. Some grew stronger while others diminished. I probably have more able-bodied friends than disabled. I draw much strength from my close inner circle of disabled friends. I have especially found this to be true with my Bard family.
We are able to talk about anything; I mean anything! I have called Leslie at midnight crying, and Karen for a pick me up.
Every person in the Bard family makes me stronger for knowing them. I am so grateful to have all the wonderful friends in my life that make the rough days not so bad.
It is important, when you have a disability, to find a close group of people going through the same things you are going through; things no one else can understand.
I’m thankful God placed those people in my path for direction.
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