Well, the hammer has finally fallen and now I am left to pick up the pieces.
Putting everything into order is a process, but I am at least on the upward curve. There is still one to hear from, but it is the easiest to accommodate so there should be no issues.
This whole thing could have been worse so I am thankful I didn’t lose everything. While I preferred things the way they were before, this is what it is. I also could have left it the status quo and I would have continued to receive the level of care I had been. However, it would have been morally wrong to receive care via a plan that I wasn’t entitled to. As hard as it will be to cut back with a good possibility of health decline, at least I will have a clear conscience about it all.
There has been one positive unexpected turn, but I am uneasy about it so we’ll have to see how that works out. As difficult as this has been, I am thankful for all the help I have received (and there has been a lot). I am trying to focus on that rather than what I am about to lose. I need to concentrate on working on my new normal and moving upward from there.
The personal trainer idea will have to be omitted, but perhaps I can put together something else. Something is better than nothing, so I will focus on that.
One thing is for certain – I am not giving up!! I’ve come too far to do that or to go back to where I started.
Onward and upward I shall go!