Life goes on. It does. Lately I've watched much of life with my left leg propped up parallel to gravity. And it would take something painful to make me live on the couch in slow motion for these days. My veins needed professional help and I am grateful for the health insurance coverage that allowed me the special attention needed. Sometimes life doesn't deliver what you want when you want or need it. Life is like that. Today's picture is a reflection of what I do when I want to convey feelings. I write. I actually write a lot. Sometimes a phrase goes though my head and I know it's best to write it down. The song on the paperwork was inspired by one such phrase I saw while rearranging my clutter. It focuses on those feelings that have a desire that can not be filled, ever. "It's one of those days: nothing's wrong, nothing's right. It just feels that way." With time and editing it now reads: It's one of those days, Nothing's right, nothing's wrong. It just feels that way since you've been gone. And I'm missing you...You've turned into starlight." We all know how that feels to want someone who is not here in form. The song talks about trying to hold water and searching for rainbows on sunny days. Some days are like that. With some mindfulness we can control how these feelings impact us. I like to stay on the sunny side of life. And If I'm thinking of someone who has passed on, I try to keep my thoughts focused on the wonderful parts of that person that I enjoy having in my memory. But sometimes there are those times that you just need a little time to say, "I'm missing you." That is my newest song.