Don’t know if things are opened or closed. Don’t know what I want for Christmas. Don’t know how my blood test results will turn out. Don’t know if its going to rain. Don’t know how long the industry I work in will survive or change. Don’t know why people drive so poorly and have such a lack of respect for others on the same road.
Don’t know if I should get a handgun and a long rifle or a handgun and another shotgun? Don’t know who my new boss will be. Don’t know if I’ll still have a job in the long run. Don’t know at what point I’ll be moved to action because of politics. Don’t know if my rotator cuff is torn or not. Don’t know how to read a MRI or I would know if its torn. Don’t know how many more doctors appointments I’ll have this year. Don’t know how to sleep right. Don’t know how to eat right. Don’t know if I can measure up to the expectations I have of myself.
Don’t know what the day ahead brings so I’m going to take a nap and when I wake I hope I know some more. Because I know I’m tired now.
And all I’d like to do for a change is wake up relaxed and happy. Time to regain the mojo but also keep a close eye on the world around me. As I try to remind myself, find that balance. Find that happiness.
Again, much respect and appreciation for our Veterans today. Maybe that is the ticket to finding some joy today. Finding some Veterans things to take picture of.