Monday, April 6, 2020

In Formation

Good morning, everyone.

Today is my first day back in the world of the very alert since my doctor told me to stay home and self-isolate. That mildly-unpleasant experience took place last month. It was also the first time ever that an emergency room wasn't a viable option for my care. So much for tradition. However, considering the gravity and the momentum of the coronavirus pandemic, I view every day as a blessing.

I went into isolation at location somewhere between my ears and behind my eyes. Why so deep? Because in real time a I'm stroke survivor over 60 and as helpless as any other elderly person against COVID-19.

Isolation gave me time to take a long hard look at the landscape. In my mind's eye I can see the light from up above and the fire down below. What I am missing is a clear picture. That picture will come in clearer tomorrow, after coffee.

Last update: April 7, 2020, 1222hrs.