She made me dream
She made me wonder
She made me feel
I’m nearing six feet under
And she didn’t do anything
She just simply needed to be
I don’t know who she was
And she certainly didn’t know me
Across the room
She quietly sat
My world no longer flat
She stood up and walked around
And I followed with my stare
I lived a life in ten minutes
Of which she was completely unaware
So I give thanks
To the thought
That you’ll never be alone
Make sure to live a life complete
My all your dreams come true
And if you never live another day
At least someone remembered you
I was ashamed of myself when I realised that life was a costume party; and I attended with my real face.Franz Kafka
Today I’m feeling:
Tired and ok
Today I’m grateful for:
The parking officer at the hotel in the city, who has always been nice and helpful. Amy remembers him from when she was younger and he was always nice even then.
The best thing about today was:
A night out in the city. I haven’t been here all year. It’s different and interesting to see what’s going on even though it doesn’t excite me. The main part of the city is really for tourists and I’m not a tourist anymore.
What was out of your control today and how did you handle it?
My exhaustion from driving yesterday knocked me out until about 5pm, knowing I had to go out for the evening. I just slept and watched tv until then when I finally started to feel normal again. Now I’m giving in to the urge to medicate with alcohol, cocktails are all this old man can manage. I hope tomorrow doesn’t hate me too much.
Something I learned today?
Some new exercises for my aching hips. The pain is getting worse and I just hope I can avoid any major complications by doing some exercises. My neck has improved somewhat since using stretch bands to work my shoulders. Pain just moves around my body from one place to the next. I need to exercise everything all day if I want to maintain but who’s going to do that?
How do you feel about video games?
I like them but I’m too old for them now. My eyes can’t keep up with the action on the screen. Modern games seem to promote excitement over gameplay which is not so interesting to me. I got into video games during their introduction and watched their early evolution carefully. If I was a kid today I’m sure I’d be sucked into them. Real life is a video game.