It’s song morning Saturday. I’m just waking up. It’s Ten O’clock. I’ve missed the exotic birds, they get here early. It feels good to be out of my routine. “Stay with a routine, you can lead a fairly normal life” were their exact words.
Address it to my wife. I’m laughing now, I’ve just transposed the words. That’s happens with a brain impairment. I was at the Salvador Dali Museum this week for a free lecture series. In an amazing coincidence I met the speaker early. I didn’t know it and as we chatted (because I had misread the time), he told me he also had a brain impairment from a surgery. During the lecture, I realized I wasn’t in tune with the audience.
Tell her I won’t be coming home. How hard that is to say to anyone. Have you done it? I have. It’s hard. Friends, family, lovers all wanting answers. Where there are none. I tell them it’s ok. I’m gently saying goodbye.
For the first time in my life, I’m out of my routine. I’m completely letting go and seeing where the Universe takes me. My heart and mind are open. They are totally open. Like Hemingway. And Dali.
Got to start a new life.
A special acknowledgement today to Marilyn, my publicist, who watched as another life moment unfolded. A series of events which led me to Ernest Hemingway. And my likeness to him. I couldn’t do all this without your love, support, patience and understanding of I do not follow, I am led. Many blessings great friend. many blessings
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