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Exercise total for 5 days.
250 Curls w/ 20 pound dumb bells
150 Shoulder raises/Chest presses w/ 10 pound dumb bells
1050 Leg lifts
600 Back flexes
I “don’t know why” this date sticks in my mind but July 26 2012 doesn’t. I guess it could be that this is the date that changed my life in seconds.
Yes, I enjoy listening to Norah Jones.
Who do you think sang this duet with Dave Grohl?
February 5th, 2008 might be a day I’ll try to forget but I can’t see myself forgetting it. This is the date I passed out at work with stage 4 brain cancer, then I went into a month long coma after my 3 emergency brain surgeries. I left my therapies on July 26th 2012, but I never recognize that date. From February 5th 2008 to July 26th 2012 I lived in a hospital & Kim was with me the entire time sleeping on a cot beside my bed, and coming with me to every physiotherapy session I had.
While I was in a coma the doctor who no longer sees patients and kept calling me FAT afterwards, was telling Kim and my family I was done. I was done, wouldn’t ever come out of my coma & the doctors should be more focused on harvesting my sperm. WOW lack of bedside manner!
Kim’s sister and brother-in-law were very kind in taking in Brewster for the entire time. Sherry (Kim’s sister) would bring Brewster to the visiting room in the hospital & then to my rehabilitation hospital to see us! Seeing them was always a BIG deal for me, or whenever anyone came to visit me was a BIG deal!
On Wednesday, my parents were here. Dad’s installing our light fixtures for us, he did 2/7 on Wednesday. They brought over my mother’s old acoustic guitar. While they were here she played mine while I showed her some stuff & made a diagram of a piano & how it relates to a guitar. I don’t think my mother has touched her guitar since I was a very young teenager? After they left I took about 8 pounds of dust off of it, cleaned up the whole thing, conditioned the fret board, polished the frets, fixed a few minor things & put new strings on it.
These will be my 2 final guitars I plan to purchase, S2 McCarty 594 and the Tempest by Schecter. Purchased in that order. I guess the Tempest style has been around since 1981 with tweaks along the way, there is a special 40th anniversary model, I’m just shooting for the white Tempest with black accents & binding. The McCarty 594 was introduced into the S2 line of PRS last year. All of this calms my FOMO.
Sorry, I just REALLY like looking at them. I’ve seen & played other guitars that look appealing to me, but these two have that thing that makes me want to own them. I hope they’re both around for a long time since I don’t really want to research another guitar. These would fall into the affordable “dream guitars”.
I had to miss my exercise on Thursday. My weights and yoga mat are in a closet guarded by multiple boxes of light fixtures. Instead of getting up early, hoovering my breakfast, & exercising. I got up around 9:30 am, showered, had breakfast, emptied the dishwasher, & played guitar! Nice mid-way break in the week! Didn’t really need a break, but it was welcome. Moved the boxes in the evening to get out my exercise mat to do my exercises this morning.
Today is the day folks “Foo Fighters” released their new album at Midnight Eastern time last night ‘Medicine at Midnight’. They made me want to learn guitar and finally join a rock band 20 years ago!
“I feel good about the good things, & bad about the bad things”-David Grohl
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