Sunday, September 22, 2019

Lemme Outta Here

Peanuts Tarot ~ 8 of Cups

The sun and moon are combined in this image, the argument between the moon's dark impulses and the sun's clear mind. I never noticed this before. But it applies today.

Woodstock and I aren't saying it outloud, but we don't like Texas. We'd like to turn back north today. Now. Yesterday even. Snoopy and friend are saying tomorrow might give us a different point of view. My mind says only two weeks left, it will be fun, getting together with fifty RVQuilters. My impulse is get out while I still can. I've been in most of our fifty states, they have all been beautiful in their own way, all offered the idea 'yes, I could live here'.

Not Texas. I need to get my mind right. I need to get my mind right. 

5 comments:

  1. Some places you have to look really hard to see the good in them. Yesterday I met a woman who seemed really friendly and kind until she started spouting thinly veiled racism. I guess at least she feeds the trees when she exhales.

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    1. other than brief interactions in grocery stores I haven't actually met any Texan people. Carbon dioxide is a great mental image when we get trapped in someone else's blahblahblah bubble though!

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  2. Did the Texas health care system help getting you on the mend?
    I never much cared for any of the desert SouthWest. Too dry and arid.

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  3. I'm still maintaining a low profile food intake, trying to make it back home for healthcare. I wouldn't have a problem with any big medical facility here though, and I have my own insurance to pay what is needed. Thanks for thinking of me! I really believe America has the best healthcare in the world. As long as you are your own best advocate ...

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    1. Hope you remain symptom free with your food monitoring. (((S)))

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