When you get medical advice that when you’re tired you need to rest to allow Chemotherapy drugs to do their thing in your body, even if you’re a stubborn guy like me, you kind of have to pay attention.
So it was that I found myself following up a regular work day Monday, with a nice long nap.
And then time to kill.
I spent that time doing what I should probably do more of, and that is talking with a couple of old friends, and a good friend who’s currently dealing with a Cancer diagnosis for more minutes than I would have under normal circumstances.
I think that was a valuable use of time, and the fact that I wasn’t rushed to move on to some other task or commitment, was actually kind of refreshing.
And if it sounds like I should be writing a country song about living life to the fullest, or stopping to smell the roses, I was thinking the same thing.
That’s the way I see it.