I think it's safe to say that I've been living in a bubble for the past 3 1/2 months. My world literally stopped spinning as it was and I focused on nothing more than Zane... praying him through recovery and taking care of his every need. Other than some remote computer work, emailing, and conference calls, I haven't worked a normal job. I haven't had a normal schedule or routine, other than Zane's needs and appointments.
I go back to work on Monday.. 6 days from now. I'm not going to lie, it's going to be hard to make the change. I am a financial coordinator for a private practice and ambulatory surgical center. I pretty much stare at numbers all day long, and the environment I'm in is often quite stressful. It'll be a little tough to focus on all that and not think about how Zane might be doing. But, it is a wake-up call that life must go on. We must ease ourselves back into our communities and into doing the same activities we did before, as much as possible.
Along with the transitions that we'll have to make in our real lives, I'll be making transitions here as well. This blog was about interior design and home improvement prior to Zane's accident, and it will be getting back to that over time. I think it only natural that it will be much more personal from now on- including more "us-related" things. You all have shared the most difficult battle and miraculous victory of our lives.. I don't feel as if I'm just "the girl with a love for design" to you all anymore. So.. if you want an update on Zane, stop on by. Chances are there will still be plenty of that. If you want to know what our plans are for our house or my latest design inspiration, stick around. That will be trickling back into my posts as well.