Sometimes I Worry About Me

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My wife and I started a ritual.

Whenever we arrive at our respective places of work, we text the other person “safely at work”.

It let’s the other person know that we’re fine. For me, when I text her, it’s to let her know that I didn’t get into an accident on the way to work. It also reminds me that I’m not always OK, because she’s worries for a reason.

The reason is my visual impairment. I can’t see out of one eye and the other eye is great somedays and awful others. On those days I try to manage, but I get scared when I have to get behind the wheel.

There, I said it.

I used my own voice, like I’ve been advised.

I’ve heard that “voice” advice hundreds of times.

This weekend I was in the right mind to hear it.

When was the last time you’ve been given advice…repeatedly, and ignored it…repeatedly?”repeatedly, and ignored it…repeatedly. Probably not as long ago as you might think.

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