I have never really thought of myself as a super anything. I was jumping around on Facebook (not an Olympic event or even a strong skill) and came across a video that I was glued to.
I hope you can all watch this video.
It is about all the superhumans in the world (the disabled who do things that even many non-disabled people can’t or won’t do). It isn’t a particularly long video, but if you pay attention it is quite impressive.
Now, I will go back to my first statement on here: I have never really thought of myself as a super anything.
Yet, when I look back on the last 6+ years, I see a person who “died”, who had a traumatic brain event strong enough to cripple him, and I see him now being normal in many ways. Yes, I have short-term memory problems. Yes, I have balance problems. And, yes, I have vision problems. But, I am told and I am seeing that I am compensating very well for those. I can’t work a full-time job because of balance issues and fatigue issues mainly, but I do several small jobs. I also chauffeur my Mother 2 days a week, visit my Dad 5 days a week, and help Sis get prepared for her surgery. I run my own household, do a heck of a job balancing the budget, and I work on my computer (play and fun) a lot. I play “Words with Friends” on Facebook – 30+ games at a time and win just over 82%. I play online poker (fake money) on Facebook (WSOP), have 2 accounts (PC and Tablet – not my fault) – with $76million and $7million respectively and I haven’t paid a cent!
I have a good social life and even date some.
All-in-all, I think I maybe am a bit superhuman. Sounds good. Now, just what to call me? Superdude, Supernerd, Superscott…too many choices.
Have a super day.