It’s only human and an entitlement. What’s the worst possible thing that could possibly happen? Ditto. “Smurf, it’s just that – smurf!”
Who know’s? It’s just one of those total obnoxious thought’s of the day or night! “Pure mayhem,” its more like the common denominator vibrating to the wrath of winter blues.
Just what is the enlightenment of life? I never really thought of that much, since my move last year. Life has changed and has been “daring” at least to say – strange, but true.
It seems more like a wishbone of sorts – no, I’m not a hungry dog looking for one of those juicy steak bones, that would spare me hours of craving the sharpening of my “razor” like teeth, much like a hungry lion.
My entitlement to life seems to be numbered in many ways, as my fight with Cancer continues. I have never experienced such manners in life, as my life has experienced in life today.
It seems to be somewhat of an understanding of sorts – but I can never be sure, if, that’s what’s I’m getting myself into?
I can only pray, that life continues for me for years to come and more. Eight month’s ago, I never understood what Cancer was all about – I really thought I was immune to the disease? But, I guess, that wasn’t true to being with and was a total misconception on my part of life.
By the grace of the heavenly powers to be, I’m grateful to still be here on this loving Earth and more. I have many goals and dreams to finish and conquer before my life ends in the days, when I feel those dreams and goals have been fulfilled and business is all taken care of and all.
It feels scary at times. But, I need to remember to keep my head above the water, as I swim across the ocean of life.
I love life and the people around me, that I’ve lived and worked with for many years. But, what bother’s me the most, is being away from family and friends, left behind and trying to make new friends along the way in a new era and place your not all to familiar with in life and everything is still new to you in many ways, you’ve not year explored and all.
It’s only a matter of time, when luck becomes a reality to return home after nearly and year and half away from home. “Life is crazy at least to say,” but, was all worth it? Time will tell, one way or another.
One thing that I’m still getting used to, is the cold winters we have here in the Midwestern part of the country, compared to the winters I experienced in the Pacific Northwest and their two completely different worlds when it comes to the winter months – there’s no doubt about it!
And that’s what they say, “that’s life for you my friend.”