Unlocking my mind might be a dangerous thing to do. Once this twenty-minute exercise is over we might just see how dangerous that was.
The exercise is a very basic idea of just let the ideas flow for twenty-five minutes and keep typing to see what happens. That sounds so easy until you get going.
You find your mind suddenly going in a thousand different directions.
I sat here looking at my keyboard for inspiration and decided to rather just look at my screen and let my fingers do the talking like my cat does. It always works for him.
Amazingly enough it does flow better.
To update my readers who have been following my blogs since late November, my hubby did go in and have the Double hernia surgery just before Christmas and was home in time to recuperate for Christmas. Still not feeling too well we did not do much for New Year’s and just gave him a relaxation and get well time.
We had a lot of follow-up visits to different doctors which were painful for him. He was a trooper through them all and we were able to get through them.
January 16th he had a portion of his lower lip and inner mouth removed and two weeks later we were informed that it was Stage 3 Melanoma Cancer.
Our lives totally went spinning out of control.
We had several bad snow storms and ice storms and had to reschedule appointments. March 17th my hubby checked into a facility and began a new phase of his life.
One week later he returned home and our true lives began and we were able to start to face the possibilities that we were going to have to endure in the future.
We both began to attend the Oakwood Free Methodist Church across the street from us and my hubby began to find peace with life.
May came along and we were finally able to see the specialist at Vanderbilt Hospital in Nashville Tennessee and what a different approach this doctor had.
She marked his face and stood next to my hubby and I and listened to what he had to say.
She then told him that he only had Stage 1 squamosal Cell Cancer and that she would remove it all before he left from his next visit.
This was a true answer from prayers.
Now he has undergone three surgeries for his mouth and lip and has fully recovered from the surgeries. You can’t tell that he even had a surgery unless he really shows you that he did.
He has been alcohol free since St. Patrick’s Day. Life has been quite a blessing with a ton of answered prayers. We would both like to take a moment and thank everyone who has prayed for us during our time since November and has sent us various notes of encouragement and prayer thoughts.
That was a fast twenty five minutes. Although I did have several interruptions it still did actually flow quite easily. I was still able to stay focused enough to stay right on topic and not go into three million directions.
Thank you for reading.
Hopefully now that my life is calming down I will also be getting back into my Cooking and Cookbook blogs as well.