We all tend to go about our lives trying to get things done. Whether it is getting to work on time, getting the kids off to school, cleaning the bathrooms, washing the car, cutting the lawn.
Our days are filled with activity and work. Rarely do we have time to think about our accomplishments, dreams and how fortunate we are to be able to do all these things. The simple act of making a cup of coffee or tea is breathtaking. This is especially true when the ability to do this simple task as well as the others is taken away from you.
I understand that feeling. I understand the lose of not being able to do simple tasks again. What I learned from my stroke is to be grateful for every day and every task that needs to be done. If there is something missing in your life or you are not happy with, change it and deal with it today, because tomorrow you may not get another chance.