Frustration comes in many flavours and between yesterday and today I have tasted quite a few! The problem is still not resolved but I hope with more patience and tweaking to eventually solve this puzzle. I thought with a fresh pair of eyes I might quickly spot the issue today, but sadly I have yet to crack the code.
I noticed the overall process of working through this web challenge is very similar to trying to figure out a health problem. First, it is necessary to diagnose the problem, or the cause of what’s not feeling well or working correctly. And, what might seem straight forward often needs extensive diagnostic proof. As is the case with health challenges, until the underlying cause is determined a treatment plan cannot be implemented. Bodies, and computers, have a lot of mysterious factors at play.
Of course a website does not need to rest and recover, but the person in the equation, that would be me – certainly does. I find the effort required to get to the bottom of a web related problem is as exhausting as waiting in doctor offices and enduring endless diagnostic tests. The good thing is, I have a lot of experience in the tug and pull of championing health challenges, so I intend to transfer those skills as I work to resolve my website issues.
Although, I do find myself thinking about Sweet Pea’s decorative plate in our bathroom that says, “Lord grant me patience …but please hurry”
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No two people are alike, and that would include people who live with a disability. Yet, if there is one common denominator shared amongst them all, I would venture to say it would be feelings associated with shame.
Of course, we don’t need a reminder to love our mothers but, from what I can see, today’s the day to let her know.
How can I do that?
Discomfort is a big distraction, and, today, it is demanding my attention. I swear that my foot is eight times larger than usual. How do you lean into pain and what does that even mean?