After A Short Surgical Delay, I’m Almost Good Again
April 9, 2012 by rtwsenior
Two weeks after a silver cap was installed over my dinged shoulder bone, I’m stiff and not quite normal yet but ready to fly home to Florida and resume am uncharacteristic life in the slow lane. This past three weeks has been nice and take-it-easy with my family in Colorado where I just happened to be when my arm bone royally protested the way I had been using it to pull heavy suitcases… I guess. No other reason showed up.
So, we shall see how well I adapt to sitting around on my lovely newly rebuilt patio, reading, writing and sipping lattes. My next destination is to be New Zealand and the rest of the southern hemisphere and this is no time to go barging down there during their wintertime, so I was going to have to cool-it somewhere anyway until our late Fall.
Now I have a long time to refill on my neglected friendships. My best friend, Fawn, and I plan a dinner get-together at Frenchy’s Saltwater Cafe on Clearwater Beach the very afternoon I fly in. We have so much downloading/uploading to do. Softshell crabs …. yum!
Heaven knows what direction this blog will take now. But I’ll venture a guess: I’m off and running on a new (old) subject of fascination and will be devouring books on the subject and passing on their wisdom to you. In early March, I attended the 2nd annual Afterlife Awareness Conference in Virginia Beach, Virginia, not far from the Edgar Cayce Research Center and somewhere in the vicinity of where that Navy jet crash-landed a few days later.
More and more is being written and discussed about the continuation of life after death, and intriguingly, the planning we do before coming into each new life. Good stuff! More and more, I’m going to be snooping out people, books, and conferences which will help me immerse in this material which so matches many things that I have been told, Innerly. So, stay tuned as life forces me to stop roving for a little while that I might listen to the hummingbirds in my own backyard.