Friday, April 25, 2008


I have a close friend who says that there's nothing in life that can't be related to a Seinfeld episode. I might argue that the same could be said of Dave Matthews' lyrics.

We're home from Baltimore, with no scheduled hospitalizations. As is always the case, there's lots more of this journey to walk. But for now, I just want to waste time...

Wasting time
Let the hours roll by
Doing nothing for the fun
Little taste of the good life
Whether right or wrong
Makes us want to stay stay stay stay for awhile...
Later on
The sun began to fade
Then the clouds rolled over our heads
And it began to rain
Oh we were dancing mouths open
Splashing tongue taste
For a moment this good time would never end
You and me you and me
Just wasting time


rlbates said...

Enjoy yourself!

Anonymous said...

let the layers of stress peel away.
let the hope seep in.
let the sun shine again.
let it be.

susan k.

SOCKS said...

The relief is overwhelming - the invisible pressure is gone, joy and hope prevail.

And AWE at how this little boy and this family have so gracefully, deliberately, and completely managed their lives in spite of such a surprise, such an unexpected interruption.

The readers of this blog and many many others have provided the love, support and encouragement that means so much when tragedy hits - truly inspiring.

Doctor David said...

Henry is an inspiration... and so are you! Enjoy your liberation from Charm City. As you drive east along Rt. 70, wave as you pass by the exit for Rt. 40. I'll wave back.

Anonymous said...

Here's to a HAPPY BIRTHDAY Dr Smak, 4/29.