About six weeks ago, I straight up walked into a wall. Well, to be precise, I walked through the doorway and my pinkie toe went into the wall. It was a bright sunny morning, I was headed to make lunch, and very undramatically was not tipsy or in an awesome pair of heels or pulling off some athletic stunt.
Since then, I have had a major reconstructive surgery involving stem cells and a metal wire holding my foot together, watched a lot of Netflix, and had a fair amount of realizations we can all learn from.
Here are the six things I have learned from not being able to walk and six lessons I encourage us all to implement into our lives: