Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Stasis - Self Imposed

I've moved little more than a few feet in any direction these past 2 days off. The thought of leaving the apartment, driving the car, spending money I don't have, on things I don't really need was a no-brainer. The expected bills generated by the recent Dr. appt., blood work and X-rays sent me into semi-hibernation. Those bills will begin to arrive in a week or so and I cannot ignore their presence.  They must be paid.

Having no control over the present situation is frustrating, but I can control my reaction. Yes, it is exhausting, but that is what it is. I adapt - and move on. Or not.  Stasis.

I set about some cooking: Using ingredients already in the cupboard for meal preparation is the order of the week. There are many options, so I am not concerned for now. Just want to have a bit of fun.

Passing the time in a positive way I've read "The story of Cinerama" -  a mind-boggling history of how Cinerama came to be and what happened to destroy the greatest innovation in film making history. Long story short = greed, ignorance, stupidity, lack of foresight. The end. OMG! Talk about Stasis!

And so it goes.


  1. Well... I guess after reading your post, I can say I've been in some kind of stasis for more than... 25 years!!!

    I live like a monk really, and frankly, I kinda enjoy it! A few books, some music, my bed, I don't need much more!

    And yes, keeping our mind on good stuff instead of bad stuff can have a positive effect on our health, and like anything else, it gets easier with practice. ;)


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