I’ll Stumble, I’ll Fall, I’ll Get Up Again: Chapter Thirty One

Chapter Thirty One:

I pulled myself up, using the walker I had been given during Physical Therapy, that allowed me to stand for a moment or two at a time. I hadn’t had the strength to do it at home, but today I felt strong enough to.

“You’re standing.” Krista said, startling me for a moment.

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