Tuesday, May 26, 2015
This is the link to a PodCast published yesterday on this National Park Service website. I'd only been home for two days after a hospital stay for treatment and observation.
For just a few minutes I considered the possibility that this was the beginning of the end of all existence, and that the fear that every elder feels from time to time -- of losing control of one's mind. But yesterday I listened for gaps, hesitations, slurs, etc., and -- unless I'm missing something -- none surfaced. That rush you hear is the sound of relief as I exhale with the release of a short-lived panic!
After the opening questions from Jody Maberry, the interviewer, confidence returned and the accident became a non-event in an otherwise italicized life.
I figure we've still got some miles to go before we close shop and move to the next dimension.
It's a good interview, I think.
Wish I'd had that confidence when the young Betty needed it to navigate through the hazards of everyday life on the planet. But maybe I'm better able to benefit from having it now -- when I have the maturity to value it and the audacity to wield it for those things held dear.
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