Am I A Wimp?
July 24, 2012
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My Schedule…and A Little Extra: Am I a wimp? I got roughed up at my massage last night. On the form I had to fill out there was a field for “why are you getting a massage.” I wrote, “gift from my wife…want to relax.” The massage therapist came in and repeated this to me. My massage was anything but relaxing. I think she was mad about something, or somebody. She was a strong woman…in fact it was a little scary how strong she was. Now, I don’t consider myself a wimp…I’ve had deep-tissue massages before…I know what it is. But I didn’t want that this time and I was, in fact, pretty sore from working out a few days in a row. I was reluctant to tell her to take it back a notch…after all I didn’t want her to think I was a wimp, right? But I had no choice…I was wincing and holding my breath. What the heck is going on? First, I get terrorized by a would-be hair-stylist and then I get roughed-up by an over-zealous massage therapist. I had a doctor’s appointment scheduled next week…I’m cancelling.
My Mystery Lyric: Who’s to say — What’s impossible Well they forgot — This world keeps spinning And with each new day — I can feel a change in everything — And as the surface breaks reflections fade — But in some ways they remain the same — And as my mind begins to spread its wings
There’s no stopping curiosity —Answer
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