Life can be a vague inconvenience, pulling us from routine to unwanted adventure. My mind is still a bit groggy from the weekends adventure. So I’m sitting outside after a week of being locked in my room. My eyes strain from the sunlight and senses distracted by the sounds of nature and man. Trying to find my center to all the madness I sense and feel.
I’m really trying not to think too much, the probing and information I received is still being processed. My cardiologist told me to take it easy for a few days and allow the new medications to sink in. But I’m still surprised how “out of sorts” I feel. My balance is a bit shaky and my insides a little uneasy. But I push through hoping at some point it will pass.
I guess I should tell myself to just take it easy. To just go back to bed and shut out the world. But here in the backyard I feel a connection. A connection between myself and the world around me. I want so desperately to just get up and move. But my heart tells me it’s time to rest. So I’ll end this little story by simply saying, give yourself time. The world isn’t waiting on you, so let the inconveniences go for another day and breathe.