Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Threw my back out removing snow. I can barely walk.

Also, when tours end, I feel depressed--adrenaline withdrawal.

Cabin fever, too. Roads in all directions are blocked.

My cell phone doesn't get reception here.

My car doors are frozen shut. Can't get to my clothes.

All things considered, though, I'm doing better than Dale.

I guess you could say that, relatively speaking, I'm wolf of the world.

6 comments:

Bisbee Girl said...

Dearest Wolfie....I am SO SORRY about your back. Ouch! Not a good thing to come home to. Sounds quite depressing. As long as you can make it to your fridge, have some pain-killers and can stay in touch with your friends and fans (that would be us) on your computer, you can make it through.

We're rooting for you, Cowboy!

Anonymous said...

You are doing a great job. - lawrence

Anonymous said...

According the Medicine Card book by Sams and Carson, the wolf is the teacher. "Wolf is the pathfinder, the forerunner of new ideas who returns to the clan to teach and share medicine...you may wish to share your knowledge by writing or lecturing on information that will help others better understand their uniqueness or path in life. It is in the sharing of great truths that the consciousness of humanity will attain new heights. Look for teachings no matter where you are."

That's what the book says. Jessica

Robert said...

"Also, when tours end, I feel depressed--adrenaline withdrawal."
Yes--that's how I feel when a play or project concludes.

Bisbee Girl said...

I like the "Wolf" descriptions from the Medicine Cards. You won't remain the wounded healer for long. I sure hope you feel better real soon.

"Mad" Bob Howard said...

http://www.pandora.com/music/song/chris+knight/north+dakota

Here's a link to a song you've likely heard before - but if not it is a beaut!