Cold nights bring out the brightness of stars, the dippers against a backdrop of velvet indigo. Fascination with galactic formations. Soft snow falling. Smoke trailing upwards from a nearby chimney. Midwinter melt brings a chilling to the bones. Uncertainty lingers in the air.
Running around out there can be taxing … rudeness, road rage, and a sense of entitlement everywhere you go. Surrounded by the growing numbers of sociopaths our society has created. You have to wonder sometimes where we are headed. Oh yes, remember when we used to say if only the world were run by bartenders, cab drivers, and hairstylists? Well, I think we can officially add “bloggers” to that list. Have you noticed the trend in rejecting mainstream media? People are placing more faith in the common folk? I wonder why. Hmmmmmmm … something to ponder. Could it be we are winning the war?
Funny thoughts come to me at times. I was in the supermarket looking at the organic greens, neatly housed in containers made from genetically modified corn. Can you win? Not much better news at the doctor … they weighed me and I have gained twenty pounds! Yikes that was a shock. I knew my clothes were feeling a bit tight, but I was sure they had shrunk. Oh well, I guess my denial has been broken. Too much computer work and not enough activity, I suppose.
Speaking of broken … guess what I am getting in April for my birthday? A nose job! I know I know … my nose looks perfectly fine … on the outside. But it has been broken years ago, sinuses need work too, so finally I may be able to breathe properly. Truth is my health has not been so great … I have been fortunate to have experienced mostly healthful living, so having it turn for the worse comes as a shock and a challenge to manage.
I am struggling to regain balance in all aspects, which includes healing from the inside out. It is a crucial time for me and I am doing what I can to create a positive outcome. Fortunately for me, I have an array of stunning support people , who I am thankful for. They are desperately needed to go with a huge roll of work I have cut out for myself. And that has only just begun.