Life Goes On
Are you a business owner and have no game plan for if you get sick? Have one…bottom line. To be completely honest, I owe much to the following; God, my family, M3 Partner (Scott Mann), M3 Office Manager (Melissa Collier), and M3 team members. Without these individuals, M3 would not be up and running today. I know this without a doubt. I am surrounded by a wonderful group of personal and professional friends and acquaintances. M3 is very different than what it was when I was there day in and day out. But I am looking forward to the day that I can go back to work and relearn the business along with working with all my lovely team members. A few old. A lot who came aboard after I got sick since we had lost people. Ok, Back to the Canca. (Not a spelling error)
|My IV Pole. He had many names and never left my side|
One day during the first time I was in the hospital, I unhooked my IV Pole from the wall and rolled over to the window. I had a great view of the water and the sun rising over it. I stood there that morning, alone, and started to cry. It was almost like fate, my parents showed up within a few minutes of me having my moment. My mom asked, “What’s wrong? Why are you crying?” My reply, “I never noticed how beautiful everything was, that I was always too busy with life. I’m so thankful to still be alive.” We embraced and cried together.
|The view from my hospital room.|
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