Ashley Judd is recovering slowly but surely.
In an Instagram post, the 53-year old actress and United Nations Goodwill Ambassador shared her health status with her fans. She said that she is feeling "reverenceful and quiet awe" about it.
Judd's six slide post features videos and photos of Judd's recent hike at Swiss National Park. It comes five months after Judd's unfortunate fall in the Democratic Republic of the Congo where her leg was broken in four places.
Judd captioned her Aug. 1 brace-and-cane-equipped post, "I walked again," "Stepping into, I felt at ease, my natural clothing of self, at home within my spirit. My leg and foot worked perfectly."
She continued, "I walked uphill on uneven surfaces for an entire hour and came down easily and carefully." I sat in a meadow of God's fertile earth for hours.
Judd also mentioned that she had just walked another alp in Ticino (Switzerland) and that she needs to rebuild her stamina.
Judd wrote that she has many people to be grateful for, including Phil Kregor, her trauma surgeon and Scott Levin, as well as Susan Mackinnon (and Scott Levin) and others.
"My leg will never be identical. She's a brand new leg. She is my best friend. We are friends. Judd said that we have come a long distance and have a wonderful life ahead." "I feel loved, understood, and helped me heal."
Prior to Judd's February 2021 accident, she was working in the Congolese rainforest on a bonobo conservation program.
Judd was transferred to the hospital after 55 hours. She was then admitted to the ICU. She sustained tissue damage to her leg and "had no pulse" at that time.
Judd ended her post acknowledging all the messages and prayers she received.
"Thank you. Judd wrote, "I have felt you." "I was held close by my family and my partner. Peace be with all of you.
According to a separate post she shared in April, Judd is planning to visit the Patagonia region near the Andes Mountains sometime in the future.