Balance and Understanding. An absurd little accident. My lounge chair collapsed as I was trying to sit on it - boom, right at the base of the spine. So much for that vital yogic energy I’d kept stored and circulating in the kundalini root. All released in one zap. Never mind, it’s not that bad, just a bruise (I think).
Really appreciated,, thank you, Carol. I hope you continue to recover. This injury is nothing to laugh at. Love, Roberta.
I'm sorry you crashed outta your chair,
and I'm hoping the only injury was a momentary bruise to your pride.
I totally loved all the headlines you found.
As an essentially silly man and a "head-case" as HelenMarie recently called me
I am reminded of the old Horace Walpole quote.
"This world is a comedy to those that think, a tragedy to those that feel. "
Horace Walpole ·
Your silly friend, Jim
Wonderfully fluid and enjoyable. Quirky and rich. thanks Carol
Love this one for the pure entertainment...and the writing itself. Extraordinary!!
I'm wild about this post. The play on perspective, the way you skewer the media, the way an entire way of being can be subject to question in a tumble. Terrific.
Only you, Carol…
Made me smile except for the fall, of course, but you not only are you getting over it, you made story out of it: Ah, lounge chairs and other theories :)!
On another note: gratitude: Thank you so for the recommendation--means so much!
PS: Do you remember how many times Hugh Grant says "Whoopsie Daisy" in the rom-com Nothing Hill? So, cute ...