Here's the situation. Spent all day in the world's largest cancer ward, blood tests and three CT exams, late lunch and dinner to go, now tired but wired in my hotel room. I'm not sad or writing this to elicit hug emojis. I get the results tomorrow and am confident there won't be surprises. The chemo pills are keeping my assassin cells at bay. But with imaging chemicals flowing through my body, I'm not in a productive way. I watched the movie American Fiction (loved it) followed by the Seinfeld "Spongeworthy" episode (loved it again) and then John Oliver's show about Chuck E Cheese (loved it).
Suffice it to say my mind is a bit scrambled. But also stimulated. And my take-aways from all this?
Play full out with Gumby flexibility.
Create what moves you and don't waste a second second-guessing what the market wants from you.
Time brooding about the not-knowing is wasted. Delve to learn not impress.
I like being weird. I'm almost 60. Invisibility=freedom. It's time to play.