Whats going on Hon!!! I know Ive been MIA for how long now!! Well long story short I got switched to the graveyard shift. While on graveyard I pulled over a drunk driver and he attacked me.
I mean literally almost beat me to death, and he got the satisfaction of breaking my pelvic bone. Im better than what I was. I was in rehab for some months learning how to walk again and do things for myself.
I have a doc appointment to see if Im still able to have kids I may not be able to reproduce now.View Thread
While I was in rehab I gained back my self confidence cause I had to start my life over. Alot of the staff there didnt wanna fool with me cause I was so negative.
I didnt wanna eat cause I was depressed. I didnt wanna learn how to walk again cause I was depressed all I wanted to do was just lay there and slowly die. It felt like I was already dead anyway.
The prick who attacked me is locked up where he should be. I still wanna know what was it that night. Ive had a drunk driver try to take advantage of my being a woman to get away. I aint never had one to attack me like that.
Im so glad to be back Byroney Ive been so lonely!!!View Thread
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