Updated: Oct 28, 2020

Hello Everyone;

As you can see it has been over 9 months since I last blogged. On 1/8/20 I was hit by a car while crossing the street downtown Greensboro and sustained some very serious injuries.

I spent one month in the hospital where I had multiple surgeries and two months in a nursing rehab facility.

This accident left me with broken pelvic bones on each side of my body, broken sacrum, broken femur, broken left arm and a few internal injuries to my liver and bladder.

I have been home since April 6th and have been working real hard on my recovery with great progress.

After the incident I was unable to walk or stand independently. I needed assistance with the very basic daily activities. After three months I was able to get up in a wheelchair and from there to using a walker.

I am happy to say that I can now walk independent of a walker (short distances only), and do all my daily activities without assistance. I am not 100% healed but I have come a long way from where I was on 1/8/20.

You all probably know by now that I won my judicial seat due to the hard work of my amazing committee who continued to push through when I was unable to.

I am forever grateful to the citizens of Guilford County for their votes and for believing in me. I look forward to taking the bench as one of Guilford County district court judge in January 2021.

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