On a whim, I bought tickets to the National Symphony Orchestra. We needed something to break the cloud of sadness that currently surrounds our house. I really wish when they told us that we needed to begin cathing, that we just would have started right then. The dread almost seems worse than the task itself. I will let you know once the actual procedure has begun.
The concert was great. Jenn and I by happy circumstance got the presidential box. That box just happened to be the next box seat available online. We had seats right center stage. The sound was outstanding. I think the acoustics were tune right to my chair.
It was nice, a brief moment of bliss.
I am reading a book called a New Earth. It has been extremely helpful. The author speaks about living in the moment. This moment. Right now. I have to say it is an extremely effective way of putting the pain aside. I am trying to quit borrowing sadness from the future. Things may be bad any moment, but they are not now. Now I am happy, listening to my wife play the piano, writing this entry, listening to the rain and feeling the coolness of the AC blowing on my arms. Now is a good time.