Wise Words from a Wise Woman

Wise Words from a Wise Woman

My most amazing wife snuck out the most interesting but deep words whilst jumping on our bed on a delightful Saturday morning she sprang around me trying to get my attention whilst I was trying to write but the bouncing and bumping was not making finding the right key too easy this was just fine as Ange puts such a great vibrant spark in the air when she is in one of her crazy weird moods I love this about this amazing woman.

Ange was in a great but funny kind of exciting mood I was listening to her but my mind was on other issues then suddenly I was taken to another place in an instant as the following words quietly slipped from her most beautiful lips and gently caressed my mind ‘my friends at my rehab centre are true friends and are not threatened by my broken brain they accept me for who I am my old friends are just scared of my broken brain and cannot accept the new changes in me.’ This is fine I understand there fear and I know they are great people and good friends but if one of my good friends was close to death and badly injured I know I would be by them as often as possible cause they may just need a good friend to be around. In truth I need so much help from close people the help I need is not financial I am broke now and that is just okay as we just find ways to keep our head above water what I really need is a visit from a friend every now and then for them just to come and say hi Bevan how can I help you make today awesome. Jason is a close friend he visits me once a week without fail just talks to me and asks what he can do today for me I am so grateful for him and I know he goes out of his way just to say hi.

I have many Facebook friends they too have fallen hard but were able to pull themselves out from the depths of darkness I read their posts and I become sad and feel for them I think to myself why are humans like this it is a common issue all of us who have injured our brain in whichever way are pushed to one side by many of our close friends, are we now not good enough for them do we carry a disease which is contagious? Maybe they were never close friends and they just received friendship from us but now when we need them the most they are gone this is just fine as I actually have found so many new friends I know now that it is there loss anyway.

Anton, Jayne, Roxanne, Tebogo, Byron, Rui, Mikes, Nana, my morning buddy whose name has now gone walk about Peter Pie man and all the rest at Headways thank you so very much for all you do for me your fighting spirit is so amazing you guys and gals give me so much every week I am strong because of you guys. There is one great woman in my life too who is so amazing thank you Ange for bouncing on our bed each time you need to say something don’t stop doing those weird funny tricks to give me a smile I love you.

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