This is a new chapter. Mentally I'm struggling how to get through this injury as an athlete, a mom, someone that will needs to eat and go to work. Since I was so calm during the break, off the cuff, I told my friend I was going to write an article called "how to break your leg eloquently." I thank all my soccer and Muay Thai training for keeping so calm. I managed to keep my BP to 120/70. mint green colored items to wear for formal occasion usage
Since I don't really have another outlet I've decided I'm going to log this time in my ... life as # brokenlegadventures and post a positive thing every day. That's not to say I don't cry every 5 seconds, this doesn't fucking suck, that everything seems to be derailing, and this break doesn't hurt like a motherfucker. (In case you are wondering, it DOES hurt like a motherfucker to break your leg.)
It's just that if I can find one positive thing to post everyday I can keep going. Seems like a better plan than to dwell on all the things I'm missing.