After a debilitating work related injury, Terri’s life began to slowly unravel. She started using a cane at first, but as time progressed the cane made way for the walker. Terri and her husband were not yet prepared for what they had been told would be the inevitable future, so they began to renovate their home to be wheelchair accessible.
Then Terri met Dr. Brad, and he gave her a different view of the future.
Terri started care in the spring. With the regular adjustments she receives as well as her incredible spirit, Terri’s health (life) has improved dramatically. The idea of a wheelchair is a thing of the past; Terri is walking tall without the use of any aids. The list of things that she has done with her new life is nothing short of amazing… landscaping, moving furniture, bathroom and kitchen renovations to name a few!
Procrastination gets in the way of a lot of really great things like this. Each year we have people with great intentions to help people (they even know who they want to help!) Sometimes though, at the end of the day (or end of the Christmas cards in this case), they have not done what they wanted to do, which is help those people.
This is a busy season please don’t let that and procrastination mean that people close to you won’t have the chance to step towards a better life.