I learned a valuable lesson as a result of an unfortunate bike accident two years ago. Isn’t it funny how there are some lessons that can’t be learned any other way than from hard knocks (literally).Lol.
The weeks that followed were a challenge as I had to get used to doing things with one hand. Little did I know just how much my right hand depended on its silent partner, my left hand.
You try typing with just one hand. What about pulling up your pants, or tying your shoes? Everyday task took more thought and concentration, and it took much longer.
It’s easy to underestimate the importance of the parts of the body that don’t get a lot of attention.
I didn't realize how important my left hand was to my right hand performing routine tasks. Something as simple as writing on a piece of paper was challenging when I wasn't holding it in place with my left hand.
Removing a cap from a bottle was hard when you had to grip it with only one hand. Because I’m right-handed, I never took...