Inn at Pleasant Lake
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... are here for you when you have symptoms that rear up. We’ll treat them again and again as needed and you’ll go on with your life.”
I am grateful I have not stopped "living” through this 9 month blip. When the cold winter wind hits me in the face I feel alive. And when the warm sun returns to shines on me, I'll feel alive then too. Treasure each day, right here, right now.
Tonight is the winter solstice. Today is the shortest day of the year. Yesterday, the sun appeared for the first time in 10 days. Everyone I meet talks about the darkness this time of year.
We all need coping strategies for difficult times in our lives. Whether our stress derives from our work, our busy schedules, relationship changes, aging, illness or death of a beloved family member, facing a challenging illness as I am now, or simply the ...
... is relative. All the shops, and every building are post WWII of course.
We went Underground and find contrast to what “seems to be a world of order and decency and restraint.” At one point, Paul observed that “someone said pain is inevitable; suffering is optional.”
That’s my thought for the day. I might have pain but I refuse to suffer. I know that as long as I keep myself moving, walking ...
... so I went and knocked on Jean's curtain door. He appeared and we told him the bed broke and that we wouldn't be coming back tonight. He looked like he might've cried. He didn't understand why we wouldn't stay, he would fix the bed for us...then he ******! And just like the presence of the other guests, we all pretended it didn't happen.
Jean was clearly a character of the theatrical persuasion, who claimed to be a 'world traveller'. He was friendly and ...
Today was a good day exploring Vermont. We saw lots of great covered bridges. Designed like this to stop the bridges getting icy and also to preserve their longevity. We stopped at the Bridge of Flowers, saw glacial potholes, iconic white churches and generally some beautiful driving. No festival in Woodstock but enjoying the tranquil town! Next stop New ...