Since graduating from college last May (which is an accomplishment in itself), my life kind of paused for a long while. I underwent tendon release surgery for my left foot/heel last December 17th...it was the first surgical operation I had to straighten out the physical problems caused by my injury. Surgery went well, and the worst part was staying home for a little less than four months, and not being able to walk or even lightly exert pressure on my left foot.
Months of presurgical appointments and post-surgical care definitely tested my patience. Those also took away months of my life I could have spent doing what I love (or job hunting). Still, I started walking with my "new" foot. There's still much work to be done in the physical sense, but I'm feeling pretty hopeful about all this.