Remembering ….. Change


I must have been sound a sleep the day I drove past this sign on the "road of life".

I must have been sound a sleep the day I drove past this sign on the “road of life”.

Six years ago today a journey came to an abrupt end. At the end of that day six years ago, I had NO idea that I would never go back to work. Nor did I know that the next morning I would start on a new journey.

I guess my life’s plans were not God’s plans for me!

Am I sad I never was able to go back to work? I used to be a bit sad, but I am long over that. I had over thirty-eight years … good years, productive years, happy years with the company that employed me and it had been a good ride.

I’m happy and eternally grateful that God saw fit to give me not only another chance at life, but also a chance to help others on their journey.

Fortunately for me, I usually accepted change and adapted well ….. My last day of work was 4/27/2007 …. 14 days later, on May 11,2007, I had a new heart beating in my chest …… so, if you want to talk about change, my heart transplant was a massive change.

This quote became my mantra during recovery –

“The beauty of life is, while we can’t undo what is done, we can see it, understand it, learn from it and accept CHANGE.” 

 

 

About DAP

I am a heart transplant recipient and these are my stories and thoughts. My desire is to assist others pre or post heart transplant in anyway possible. Please feel free to contact me if you have a question.
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