Have a good attitude

A friend told me that she is impressed with my good attitude.

“I do have a good attitude—most of the time,” I told her.

And I do. Sometimes, after dinner, I get tired and a little—or a lot—cranky. Sometimes I do feel frustrated that I am stuck in a wheelchair with my left leg and its broken femur sticking straight out in front of me.

But, actually, I know for sure that it’s much more pleasant to have a good attitude. My leg is broken. I can’t do anything about that. All I can do is lots of exercises so that I will heal quickly—and be patient—and keep smiling.

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