Not much traveling going on here. Most of us are cozied up and watching the weather reports from inside. There is an inch of the white stuff out there presently and that pretty much does it these days for me. I am totally used to living without it, beautiful though it is.
Henriette was supposed to come today but she canceled out. She may have got way more than us up there north of Seattle. But despite the physical not getting around wifi and phone connection keep us plugged in. I had energy work with Janet last evening from LA. And I have a spiritual direction FaceTime with Jessika in Minnesota this morning. Distance doesn’t matter these days.
I did a really responsible thing yesterday, so proud of myself. I checked in with the local Vashon Health Clinic to get a primary care doctor. When you live on an island you need someone local to take care of certain complaints. And my old primary care doc retired and I never bothered to get another since I seemed to be getting plenty of poking and prodding at the Cancer Institute. But I realized that I needed someone to watch over me in a broad way now that I seem to be living longer. For instance I need someone to worry about my shot record and my cholesterol which doesn’t happen at Cancer Care.
And I still have this hurt on my right foot that I developed on the Camino years ago. I kept thinking it would heal up or that I really wasn’t going to last that much longer anyway so why bother. And it has been over five years with that kind of makeshift thinking, time to do something about it. So I need a primary doc to give me a referral.
It is interesting that a some point it started to dawn on me that I was
outside of the normal trajectory for someone with my particular cancer and that I needed to be careful in that position. We can’t over concentrate on the cancer to have something else blindside me in the meantime. I think that I explained that OK.
OK, I might work on my taxes since I am so housebound. That would be a good thing and so responsible. I guess a little cold weather is bringing out the German side in me. Hehe.
anyway loves, Felipé.