Live all you can: It’s a mistake not to.
listened to the statistics, so many will get this disease and another
percentage will get that and then I heard someone say that a hundred per
cent of all people will die and felt such relief because we are all in
"... Barefoot on common grass I lay down with kin."Lani O'HanlonThank you so much for the introduction to Lani O'Hanlon. Thank you for the beautiful song sung by Bill Callahan. I dreamed last night that my R gave me some of his formal clothing and a pair of levis to keep for him until we had to say goodbye. I ran to meet him where he was waiting at the train station, about to get on a train. I wasn't too late. We found peace there.
That fact strangely comforts me too.
Yes, we all eventually come to the same end. I'm no longer afraid of covid since it seems to be evolving into a less virulent virus. I've had all my shots and wear a mask in buildings though we still have not ventured into a movie theater, probably the thing I miss most as we weren't in the habit of eating out or going to concerts/plays/etc. I suppose we will be getting our covid shot every year like some people get a flu shot every year. It does seem like we'll all get it eventually. My unvaxxed grandson got it and one of my vaxxed granddaughters got it. I'm staying away from the family until they get the results of their tests taken yesterday.
Thank you for that beautiful song. We are all in this together. Always.
Incredible voice! I'm not in a big hurry YET but, yes, we are walking each other home even if reluctantly.
That's so true. We forget, I forget. We're all gonna die.
It gives us a sense of control to think we can manage our health -- but we're taking care of the process, not the end result!
Yes to all of it and all of the comments.