Having spent the last few weeks taking care of family matters that required a lot of focused attention, it is somewhat of a selfish feeling to finally exhale a sigh of relief. It has been a non-stop process between two households, one here in Arizona and the other in Las Vegas as well as maintaining a work schedule that I couldn’t deviate too much from due to numerous visits with potential investors.
The last few days have been unfortunately very trying. Russ’ dad passed away yesterday. He was a strong, and as stubborn as they come kind of man, who lived his life according to his own terms and went out the same way. As focus now turns to Russ’ mom, who after 58 years has to learn to live without her mate, the family comes together to ensure her health is covered and her emotional needs are met. Continue Reading
Despite my mood altering dream earlier this morning and the feeling of ‘how am I suppose to fall back asleep now’ kind of mindset, against all odds, I did slip back into a slumber. Although not one that I preferred which would have been an uninterrupted one, but comfortable enough obviously that I got about 3 hours worth of shut eye. This occurrence doesn’t leave me feeling like all is lost or a shattered, broken mess, well, at least not anymore. What it does do is remove that extra bounce from my step for the day. It is not a full on depression enhancer or trigger, it’s just one of those things that doesn’t make me feel like climbing to the top of a tree or roof and screaming out loud to the world, “Hey look at me, here I am, still”.