My original intent was to post this video yesterday (Sunday) but, as you may have guessed from my lack of response to your comments, my “recovery” wasn’t as far along as I’d thought it was on Saturday. I am feeling much better today, and I will be getting to those comments ASAP.
Anyway, in addition to the “I’m No Superman” song looping around in my head when I was sick, there was something else going on with me that’s part of a much larger recurring theme that’s been with me for a long as I can remember: the way my mind always manages to conjure up these wild “outer space” related dreams when I’m really, really sick.
I’m sure a psychologist would have a good old time explaining how these dreams are simply my delirious mind drawing on my lifelong fascination with space travel in an effort to provide some “context” to the crazy “out of my control” way my body is feeling. I’m just as sure that his assessment would be right as well, but I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that it “feels” for all the world like the cosmos is somehow “calling me home.”
Now I’m sure there are lots of videos out there depicting “superstitious” interpretations of how I feel at these times, but I prefer to fall back on a more “down to earth” representation: another awesome timelapse video featuring incredible night skies viewed from majestic natural landscapes…
I want ice water.
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