Interruptions, Not Setbacks

June 1, 2021- As I did every year, until the 2020 COVID interruption, I went over to the Veteran’s Administration Hospital, two miles north of here, this morning and received an essentially clean bill of health. I am also getting help with a small skin issue, that has been around, in one form or another, since 2013. The NPs who looked at it this morning took a biopsy, directly from the cyst, so I should have a better sense of it by Monday.

The other development is that someone apparently hacked my debit card, over the weekend and sent a purchase to the bank, which jumped on it right away. My card is canceled, with a new one taking its place. Thus, tomorrow or Thursday will be spent informing my legitimate vendors of the new information. As for the bogus company, no dice.

These matters pop up in everyone’s life, now and then, and when dealt with promptly, are mere interruptions. Setbacks, which many of us also face occasionally, can still be turned into progress, into victories, when we derive the intended lessons from the occurrences. So, I feel the morning’s events are new beginnings. I will have my account back, in a day or so, and I may well have my face back-as I was shown in a dream recently, within a few weeks.

Life doesn’t have to be a bowl of cherries- I actually prefer salted nuts, dried cranberries and seaweed snacks. Those arrived today, also.

5 thoughts on “Interruptions, Not Setbacks

  1. I love the dried salmon skin and dried squid myself… Sparky likes his nuts and dried cranberries! Sorry to hear you got hacked. The last time that happened was when we were traveling and we suspect the shady hotel clerk. Since the first purchases made were in that city. The credit card company was pretty quick to spot the unusual activity since we were using the card in IN and there were purchases being made all over CA… otherwise we might not have known for quite awhile! Glad to hear that has been taken care of!

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    • I loved dried squid, when we were in Korea. It was one of the best snacks ever. Since I eat the skin of salmon, when it is served with the flesh, that sounds like a fine snack also.

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