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Today's WEGO prompt: "The flower that blooms in adversity is the rarest and most beautiful of all." -Mulan
True or false? When do you bloom best?
I feel this statement is very true. Although I don't like being in such situations, I know that I shine when it's important.
As a college student facing a deadline. As a mother who has 20 minutes available to get groceries to feed her family of seven that evening. As a substitute teacher with a difficult student. As a person with diabetes who is having a hard time coping with the disease or the misinformation of others.
It's during these times that I surprise even myself. Some of my best papers are written the night before (glad my professors don't know about this blog). I am actually a more efficient shopper when I have a time limit. In the three years I've been a substitute teacher, I rarely need to call the office for assistance with a behavioral matter. During the last five years, I've learned that gestational diabetes was just a warm-up for what I've had to deal with as a person with Type 2 diabetes.
It's through my need for information and support that I found the DOC (diabetes online community). It's through my need for reading how others with diabetes deal with their own adversity that I started this blog. It's through this adversity that I've made so many online friends that I hope to someday meet face to face.
I don't enjoy the struggle, but sometimes through the determination I feel to overcome - I bloom!
I am totally inspired by all that you are able to do with all that you have going on.ReplyDelete