Everyone leaves footprints as they walk on their assigned path and you never know who you might inspire by sharing your experiences.
Friday, May 1, 2015
First came the title- "going fishing"
Then came the picture- taken long ago.
Last but certainly not least, the story.
For some time I have been dealing with pain, not evident to most people that I meet with on a daily basis. One might say I am a good actress. I have even convinced myself that I am just fine. Right! That's a bunch of crap!
For over four years I have put up with physical pain in one form or the other. I have also dumped an enormous amount of money into the hands of people who were hired to fix what was wrong. Every one of them convinced me that they had the answer I was seeking. Oh really? I don't think so. If had back what I spent I would have no monetary worries at all. It is said we are supposed to learn from our experiences. Apparently I didn't or I wouldn't have continued to do the same things, expecting different results.
My latest lesson is my current chiropractor, Rose Ducasse. She came to town about four years ago and is now the only option we have in Grants, NM. She now has a captive audience, due to the retirement of other chiropractors, and I bought into her brand of healing. Not only is it not working after all this time, but every appointment I have she actually insults me by making sure I know just how bad she thinks my body is holding up to my 77 years on this planet. One of her favorite expressions is, "your body is calcified", whatever that is supposed to mean. Recently a Certified Nurse Practitioner said, under her breath, "what a quack"! Perhaps I should have listened a long time ago.
So I'm done with this person's abuse and I am moving on with a positive attitude to what I hope is a more informed and open minded form of help with a physical therapist.
As I just told a friend this morning, when the pond dries up it's time to look for a new fishing hole!
This blog began as a means to share my life adventures with my readers. My writing experience to that point included two published books; Wake Up! and A Gathering of Spirit and four years as a columnist for the Cibola Beacon. I have since added Journey of an Enlightened Egotist and Spirits of Cibola County to my published work, both are available from Amazon.com
Looking for ways to inspire others to write I created a writing group for senior citizens in 2012, a writing camp for children 2012-2015 and a communication group for a nursing home in 2013.
A friend once told me to find my passion and share it and I would realize my purpose. She was right!
Every time I have thought my blog should end something happens to assure me that it does inspire others to be the best that they can be.