Songs can sound like your situation in life or your feelings and emotions. Those words can bring healing, and lift your spirits to a higher level. They can make you laugh and they can make you cry. They cannot bring back memories of the past and help your imagination soar to the future.
Music is wonderful!
There is a song called Free to be Me by Francesca Battistelli that says “Got a couple of dents in my fender, a couple rips in my jeans“. I think that was my 2019 theme song for the year with all the falls and accidents I had, then finally ending the year with a BANG… Literally.
I may be a little paranoid about crossing intersections at the moment, but I am doing very well.
Someone did the best they could to get my trailer fixed. Its a little warped and needs a new paint job now, but it is back together. I have also been given another bicycle.
I’ll decide later how I like the tires. They are supposed to be flat free with solid rubber instead of tubes. I just don’t know if it will feel the same, but tomorrow it gets its first run, going only 100 miles down to Ft. Lauderdale to get the rest of my stuff. Once I paint the trailer and repack, I will be going to the Gulf side of the state and will slowly make my way north, hoping to stay south of the cold weather.
I’ll keep you up to date as I go, but that’s all the updates for now.
Today’s tidbit: The waves of death engulfed me; the currents of chaos overwhelmed me. 2 Samuel 22:5
Chaos can muddle your thoughts and take over your thinking. Seek a place of peace to get your thoughts organized.