No more screaming ambulance/rescue sirens calling my name!
No next door neighbors complaining about my amplified guitar music (or sometimes playing my drums!)
No more smelly sewers.
I get to ride my bike (or run) without fear of being hit.
In short, it was good move for my physical, mental and spiritual health. The little church we attend is also out in the country, has a very small membership, and is a very soothing place for me to be - even though me and "The Big Guy" are at odds sometimes! *LOL*
Getting re-acquainted with my in-laws has also been very beneficial to me. My nephew-in-law Jimmy is a realtor and next week we'll be helping getting his float ready for the 4th of July parade.
He had asked me for a suggestion of a theme, and I thought right away we needed an Alzheimer's float with me sitting in the middle, drooling, picking my nose and wetting my pants! *LOL* (None of my in-laws have yet accepted that I have EOAD or why I'm "not acting like it" and laughing about it.
Jimmy is also a pilot, and I told him I had taken my "Discovery Flight" to start my flying lessons when all this came down, so I stopped, "Because after all, who wants to fly with someone who has AD at the controls?"
I laughed my ass off, but I was the only one who laughed that hard! Jimmy and Pat (his wife) do not yet understand my "attitude".
These are the good things in my life right now.
Before I leave you for today, I have one of those "Why is it?" questions for you:
Why is it, that when us guys are asked a question to which we don't know the answer, we sometimes scratch our heads? (Mine actually itches!). I have never seen a woman do that! *LOL*
Did I play you this first song alrady? I don't remember, but it kinda goes with the "theme" of this entry, so please enjoy it again if I have!
Remember the fur-babies, and to click to feed and vote! Only 30 more days left!
This isn't the original version (if you want the original, I'll replace this one), but I thought the orchestra gives this song a "fuller" sound. Enjoy!