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First of all, Birdie - that's a most thought-provoking picture you have up there (at the top of the page). I keep scrolling up to it. It is "icky". Why do I want to keep looking at it when I can look at the lovely lower photo of the flowers, blue sky and the big promising buds? ................sigh.

Well. Anyway. I had a bg of 55 when I got home tonight. Now, after a nice dinner I'm still at 60 and exhausted - too spacey to even focus on my knitting, uch less get the laundry done.

So, I'm going to lie on the couch, with the ceiling fan on high and watch re-runs of "Dr. Quinn - Medicinewoman".
I love it when she does brainsurgery on the frontier.

I hope you ended up having had a good evening and feel better today!

And yes, brain surgery on the frontier is a good thing! Thank goodness we live in a world where that's possible...oh wait, that's happening in TV world. Wow. Wildness abounds!

I think you're on to something poetic here. Maybe it could be something along the lines of, "Doing brain surgery on the frontier", an exploration of living with chronic illness in modern times. Or maybe I'm just getting too heady here. Regardless, I love your view of the world! Thanks for being out there on this wacky journey too!

Another great post Birdie.

I look forward to reading about your journey. I think we're all looking for some sort of balance - I know I am. It's pretty damn elusive sometimes, but maybe I am just settling too much...

When I originally commented I clicked the "Notify me when new comments are added" checkbox and now each time a comment is added I get several emails with the same comment. Is there any way you can remove people from that service? Thanks a lot!

There's certainly a lot to find out about this issue. I love all of the points you made.

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