The Weekend at Bernie’s Edition…
This Summer is blowing by incredibly fast its hard to believe that next weekend is the end of August already, and fall will be soon upon us. Of course I don’t mind that much as I love the cooler weather. Especially since it’s been so hot these past couple weeks making it more challenging for the outside activities I do.
This week I had a bunch of things going on with my birthday being Tuesday, and going to the movies, than dinner with my dad to celebrate my birthday. Then Thursday night I went out with some friends to a diner to get some tea, and have some great conversation. Those night where we do that are becoming some of my favorite nights out. I never thought going for tea could be so much fun. With other people there on top of it. I’m growing up.
Today was another one of those hot days since it was 90 out there, so I decided to make the most of it. I drove an hour to go check out a place that I would be going to this upcoming week. I am going to get a Reiki session done on myself as I work on more healing of myself, and clearing out more baggage from within me. I have known about Reiki as I came across it during my healing journey. This will be the first time I have ever had a session done on myself. I had never been in a place like the one I am in now to be able to do a session but now that I can I am looking forward to it. For those not familiar with Reiki it is, a healing technique based on the principle that the therapist can channel energy into the patient by means of touch, to activate the natural healing processes of the patient’s body and restore physical and emotional well-being. One of the things I have learned during my healing journey was to be open to everything as you never know what could help you better yourself. A lot of my current state of mind has been attributed to holistic stuff, such as mediation. So I look forward to learning and trying something else to see where it will take me. If we keep ourselves open to the possibilities we can go far. Literally.
After checking out that place I went and saw a movie, Kubo and the Two Strings. It was an OK movie. It was really well done. After the movie I was going to go to Applebee’s for dinner but after getting there the line was really long, and I did not feel like waiting as it was already 7 PM, so I decided to just get a salad to take home and enjoy the night. And watch The Money Pit, which I hear is one of the funniest comedies of all time. I will be the judge of that.
I don’t know what it is, or what, but this Geico commercial really makes me laugh.