Someone with my proclivities has to be reminded that happiness requires him to “stay close to home:” that is, to keep the greater part of his attention on things that are personally important to him, and to hold the “big stuff” that occupies the attention of the talking heads at a good distance for as long as possible. With today’s foray into matters medical, it’s a particularly important bit of advice.
My beloved wife Beth (a.k.a. “the Curmudgeon’s Significant Other” or C.S.O.) is nearing the end of her journey through cancer treatment and recovery. While she has some months of healing and plastic surgery ahead of her, she’s looking and feeling better than she has in some time. It’s an occasion for rejoicing and thankful prayer…and maybe a little music, too.
This is my favorite track from one of Twentieth Century rock-music’s high points:
Give thanks with me, Gentle Readers!
Wonderful news. Before I read anything but the title, this song came to mind:
The mind works in mysterious ways.
May both you and the C.S.O. enjoy all and only the best life has to offer.
the mean old man
I am so glad to hear good news.
Father in heaven, thank You for this.
God bless you both and it’s nice to hear some good news for a change!
Prayers answered, in a positive way!
Congratulations to Beth, & you as well.
I’ve been through the big C myself, & a positive prognosis is a wonderful thing to hear.
I have been away from your blog for a while so I’m just hearing this news. and I’m glad it’s good! Now I have you and Beth in my prayers Francis.
Enjoy this wonderful Easter.