Before we get too carried away I still have the washer to fix. But I have a new theory, a new approach to the problem that only seems to develop when one steps away for a time. So that is one corner of my life right now that I am trying to keep contained.
That being said, some more good news rolled in yesterday. This was after the deal about the trip to Lourdes, sort of a dessert. I was FaceTiming with Cris our Caminohead in Buenos Aires yesterday and she will be up here for a visit in late October. She has a business trip to Chicago and will take a few days afterwards to come to Phil’s Camino. That’s the plan anyway. Yea, alperfect.
Wait if we can have alperfect. I see that my spell check likes that now. OK, but if we can have alperfect it is not to much of a jump to “uberperfect”. Ha! I like it! We have to have new words to cover new ideas or visions.
But back to the washer a second. Sorry. I think there is a lesson here and that is you have to pay your dues. There are certain things in life that we want to take for granted like a washer for instance. All we really want is clean shorts, real simple. But when we don’t have clean shorts and it happens to be our job to fix the situation we have to focus closely on the problem no matter how hard that may be. The more we want to take it for granted the harder it is to focus. Because ultimately we have to figure out how something works to fix it and that takes real work, real concentration. We seem to have better things to do than to hunker down the proper amount.
But wait this post is supposed to be about good news and I am really excited about Cris coming. As far as I know she is the lone Caminohead on that continent and her take on things is good and unique. It will be super to spend some quality time with her in person.
Gosh we covered the good, the bad and the ugly on this post. Better leave it at that. Off to wrestle with the washer. Uberperfect love, Felipe.