Oh, here it comes, my week off from the hospital and Super Bowl tomorrow! Yea, just have to navigating through my world of chemo side effects. So that idea of a week off is kind of relative.
Speaking of medical stuff, Pilgrim Farmer John is doing well with his recovery from surgery in Iowa City. I am shooting him tenth of a second prayers at the moment. If you want to send him a card let me know and I’ll get you the address.
Speaking of Marines, I was reading some quotes from our Secretary of Defense retired Marine Corps General “Mad Dog” Mattis recently. Stuff like, “The most important space on the battlefield is the six inches between your ears.” These were from his former days as a Corps General Officer. Here’s another which could leave you breathless. “Be polite, be professional, but have a plan to kill everybody you meet.” Yea, that’s maybe a little rambunctious for most civilian purposes but it has it’s place.
So while we are still thinking about that what if we took that powerful quote and put it in Caminohead terms. What if we thought about having a plan to buoy up everyone we meet. What if we were able to do that in some elegant way without seeming weird or without expending too much energy. What if it was like a muscle memory thing that after a while we wouldn’t even have to think about it, it just happens.
Well, that’s all I can accomplish here for now. We have Mass in the morning, some archery shooting and the Big Game. Buoy it up love, Felipe.