BRAIN FOG:  a temporary inability to form clear thoughts–sometimes referred to as brain freezes, brain farts,  and senior moments.

Today, the words won’t come.  My creative juices aren’t flowing.  No matter–I’m not discouraged.  There are far worse things that could happen. It’s only temporary and life’s too short.

In “Joe vs. the Volcano,” it was a “Brain Cloud”–far more serious than brain fog.  In the opening scene, Joe got bad news from his doctor–played by Robert Stack.  The movie was a bittersweet cocktail of happy/sad moments.

What would a person do differently after contracting a terminal illness?   Would there be regrets?  …Words left unsaid?  …A mad rush to complete all the items on a bucket list?  …Restitutions to be made?

Dalai Lama

I can’t give advice that I don’t follow myself.  Live life to the fullest.  Don’t take yourself too seriously.  Find joy in people and your surroundings.  You have much to be thankful for.  Wise words from the Dalai Lama.


Author: warturoadam77p

70 year old married retired communications worker with three grown children, transplanted from the Midwest to the sunny Gulf Coast.


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