What was the hardest part about coming home?
Mother injured in 2008 at age 62, Paraplegic
Well, that would be, probably just the whole interaction of, you know, just around the house. I've always seen her around the house, in the kitchen. And then, you know, to struggle, you know, opening the refrigerator, or, you know, using a stove, and that sort of thing, because I know how important that was to her. Like, she loved doing that, and did it with such ease and grace, and now that this was such a task, I think that was, that was the first thing I really noticed. Because, I know we, you know, at least internally, I know I was like, "I wonder how she's going to react when she needs to go and do that stuff?"