Funny how that works

10 thoughts on “Funny how that works”

    1. And, or course… as soon as your eyes heal, and the doc gives the okay to physical freedom, other stuff will keep you from cleaning the bedroom, rearrianging the furniture, etc etc etc

  1. Quite right, PT. My memories of such times include nine months or so struggling with recurrent corneal abrasion, a herniated disk that left me with some permanent paralysis, a “frozen shoulder”, and a strange malady that once had me flat on my back dizzy for three days, apparently some bug from a contaminated swimming hole. I felt absolutely helpless each of those times. “Why me?” Little wonder that we sometimes suspect that some vengeful spirit is toying with us. Yet we somehow persevere, and you will too. Hang in there.

    1. Thanks for the encouragement. Perseverance is really our only option, isn’t it? I mean, you either keep breathing, or you don’t. Whoever said it, nailed it: “Old age is not for sissies.”

    1. It’s amazing all the things I see that need doing … and once I’m cleared to do them … probably won’t. Not that I will deliberately, consciously ignore them. They just won’t appear on my radar anymore. Funny how that works.

... and that's my two cents