Another chipping drill; 9 ball. I take 3 shots at each of three flags and try to get up and down by making the putt (a total of 18 shots. You can see the three flags, in line with the camera, in the video; approximately 10, 15, 20 yards. Ran through this drill a handful of times and my most successful attempt was 6 of 9 up and down. #mygolfability#getlegs#amputeelife#chippingandputting#shortgamegoals
Love that sound when my glove hits the pad correctly 😍❤️....hopefully doing that becomes more frequent 😂
Ps to my leg amp insta pals, how much does quick side stepping suck?! Haha I’m thinking it would be easier on a blade? Or a @rushfootrevolution ?? Any reviews or personal experiences for me? What’s best for boxing?🙏😊
Today is #worldcancerday I am a survivor!, this photo was taken after my amputation operation and during my chemotherapy at the age of 15 when I started a new journey in life full of challenges and difficulties, cancer might make us lose a body part or a loved one, but will help us see the value of our lives and existence, and guides us to a better understanding.
اليوم هو # worldcancerday أنا أحد الناجين ، تم التقاط هذه الصورة بعد عملية البتر وخلال عملية العلاج الكيميائي في سن 15 عندما بدأت رحلة جديدة في الحياة مليئة بالتحديات والصعوبات ، السرطان قد يجعلنا نفقد جزء من الجسم أو أحد أحبائنا، لكن سوف يساعدنا في رؤية قيمة حياتنا ووجودنا ، ويقودنا إلى فهم أفضل.
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📸After being asked to be photographed for a few things going on in my life, I agreed. BUT, only on my terms with my photographer. Thank you @lynseynoelphotography 📸
That being said:
Have you embraced being "imperfectly" perfect? Face it, we all are! Are you able to hide your “imperfections” or do you have no choice but to bare them for the world to see? Maybe you’ve come to a point in your life where you’ve realized your imperfections aren't imperfections at all, rather they are an amazing gift. They’ve made you stronger, more giving, more forgiving, more grounded. They’ve made you the fighter you are. Some of us wouldn’t even give up our gifted imperfections, no matter how much they hurt, because they simply made us who we are today.
Many don’t understand or have the slightest idea what we go through each day, and that’s ok. We tend to carry on another day helping someone else in need because even after it all we always remind ourselves “it could be worse”. That’s what gets us through. We stay humble, stay grounded.
We are not defined by our missing limbs, rare diseases, mental illness or any other differently-abled ability we may have. We are however defined by the goals we set and the dreams we fight on to achieve. The careers we fight to build even when all odds are against us. That imprint we leave on the child who stares in amazement and the calming smile we give in return. The education we provide to that school, that medical facility, that stranger who always asks “what happened”. Never forget that. You are not defined by where or what you’ve come from or what’s happened to you.
Remember that nothing is permanent so be proud of what you have and be sure those closest to you accept you for you. Fight each day to be the best you can be and learn to be comfortable being uncomfortable. This is our life and as hard as it may seem some days we truly are so blessed. 🙏🏼. _______________________________________