Thoughts on Running Away from the Circus. . .

O.K. what is this tomfoolery about running away from the circus?  What circus, well, maybe the working world as we know it. 

Sometimes things happen that interrupt our lives.  Things like, going in to surgery for a new neck and being told that your bone was soft and you would have to wear a collar for at least 6 to 8 weeks.  What happened to 2 to 3 weeks depending on how everything heals?  Well, there goes your occupation, just like that, for the present.

But, the most important thing in this life is being present, and there is no more being present than this.  I am embracing the new “embryo” bone graft etc. in my neck, that is healing there.  I am present in my lounge chair view of the world.  About 3:00 PM I get to thinking about taking a  what?  Yes, a nap, hee, hee!

Things will progress in the day’s ahead, I am not in control.  Somehow, I am O,K. with that, as amazing as it seems.

For now, I will underacheive and hope to get a NC visit in the near future if the Docs will release me to do so.

Peace Out!  Here is a quote from David Carradine:

“If you cannot be a poet, be the poem.”


P.S. Since I’m going circus, here is my sweet youngest Granddaughter, starring in one of her book’s creations!