Okay, so I am taking time to write something even though my brain is in scrambles. I just got back from the Arnold, trying to catch up with my work. Don't worry girls, I am on it. I have to rave about some peeps this time.
First, my dear husband, who has been in the middle of the Bearing Sea since December 29th, grunting the hurricane's that none of you EVER hear about down here because, well, I don't know why. They always go on this time of year. If it wasn't for him I would not be able to do what I do here. He is the most rugged man on the planet, YO.
Jay Howard, Jim Haggen, and Jim Jr., for cutting all of the fallen trees in my Medeval forest so I can run through again. That was a LOT of trees, so I am forever grateful.
Toney, my BFF forever. He is the most gracious man. He helps me become a better person. Better and better every time I am around him. A true gentle giant. We kick ass together. The best is yet to come..............For Shnizzle.....................
Last, I have to give a, ........I don't know what to say....A person who I most admire, and was so thankful I finally found, Dr. Thomas A. Dorman. A Doctor I could actually trust, has tragically past away. www.Paracelsusclinic.com If you go to his article page and read his writings you might understand. He took on people that the Medical system messed up and spit out, and helped them live a better life. He led an amazing life, and I am still numb since he just died on Tuesday. So I am just going to end this blog with one of my old poems that I feel is right for this time..............
There was a little girl
Her face had a special gleam
She always had a smile
She always liked to dream
Very special, this little girl
It seemed as if she had a special power
She'd light up everyone around her
Pretty as a fresh cut flower
Never showing signs of sadness
She always brought a sunny day
If anyone was feeling down
She'd take thier hand and make them play
One day the little girl died
No one could understand
Why God would take her away
Just washed her away in the sand
Her death made people realize
How lucky we really are
Don't worry about tomorrow
When today you can reach for the stars
For what its worth.................Okay, I have to get back to work...xo