Some years ago, the laws of life, didn’t seem to matter much in a world, where things were literally turned upside down, nor tilted sideways for that very matter.
“A lunatic thought of sorts,” was likely the simplistic answer I could come with at the time.
These past few weeks, I’ve been leaning toward a few uncanny projects or two or four, that have been sitting on the back burner for quite some time. Some of them are blogs, that have been sitting in the editing que to be rewritten and a short film or two, which, I started working on before I left the Pacific Northwest in late 2017.
Life has changed so much, I rarely have time to sit down and work on those bedeviled pieces of work – even though, I found some manageable time to rewrite and edit this blog piece on a gloomy day where the winter is still pushing forth its wrath in various parts of the country and the Midwest.
Eben though were back to “Spring forward time, once again!”.
I’m still in the Cancer fight, “as treatment seems to be going well has they say,” whenever I visit my oncologist about my ongoing fight and more. So far things are looking good, which gives me some high hopes that I’ll survive the battle – “to the mindset.”
But, there are the dreams and more, that keep things in check and having the time to pursue them is a “challenging as cream cheese and saltines crackers, screw the chicken caesar salad for now,” especially, when things have been looking stale and harsh in the works, as you take on the struggles of life, work, family, friends and more, all while establishing something new from a previous life to a new life elsewhere in the land of the free and the home of the brave.
I vigorously miss the great divide of the Pacific Northwest, as life here in the heartland seems to be pushed into the harsh realities of life away from home.
It seems, all while still starting anew – It all seems like a scene taken out of the Neil Simon Broadway Play, “Chapter Two,” which, was later made into a motion picture with Actor James Caan and Marsha Mason, playing the leading roles of complete strangers starting a new life together after recent events in each other’s lives.
My drive through live seems so surreal that things don’t seem to change much, but they do as life grow bolder than fresh Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip cookies freshly baked out of a hot oven from a local bakery in town.
With the barbarian’s no longer at the gate, the throne is still looking to be mastered with honor and diversity of wits and luck as life continues anew in the heart of the land of the free and the home of the brave.
Perhaps it’s what the doctor ordered? “Five cents please,” as “Lucy” would say to Ole “Charlie Brown,” as he figures out the ages of life, while leaning toward Lucy and her makeshift advice stand along the grassy corner street near their homes’.
Perhaps, that’s a wrap?.