You can’t control everything

I prefer to be organized, in control.

That tendency can be a great strength. It also can be a weakness.

For me, spending weeks in a wheelchair or moving with a walker because of my broken leg has been a good reminder that I can’t control everything.

Even laundry.

“Please don’t put my bras in the dryer,” I told my husband, Jerry, who is taking good care of me.

“It’s more convenient to dry them in the dryer,” he told me.

“You can buy new bras when your leg is better.”

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