I have not been to present on my blog lately. I hit a bit of a speed bump. During a routine checkup my doctor found a strange blue dot in my eye. He recommended having the eye doctor check it out. So during my yearly eye check up I mentioned it to the optometrist. He was a bit perplexed by it, so he sent me to an opthomologist. After several yucky tests that included those ucky drops that numb your eye~ a totally strange, surreal feeling~ he stated that he thinks it may be a tumor. So tomorrow I am off to the city to see an Ocular Oncologist. Scary right? You just never know what life is going to throw your way. I keep thinking about my yoga teacher training and how my teacher taught us about the "silent witness", a part of your soul that is always observing. Removed from what is happening, just watching and hopefully learning. The epitome of "non-attachment". I'm not sure if we learned about this so we could try to step out of the situation and observe how we are reacting to it and take the life lesson. I know I keep thinking about warrior pose and how the strength that you feel while in that pose is something to tap into during difficult situations. I feel strong in warrior, I will be strong tomorrow. Keeping the thought in my heart that we will go to the appointment, she will look in my eye, say "it's nothing, come back in a year for a check-up" and hubby and I will have a nice lunch on South Street.