Here at MOST LIFE we cover one of our eight themes each week. This week we cover “L” for Living!
As a young girl I played super hero often. I really liked the imagining that I could do anything (to anyone) with a simple thought, the extension of my hand or the blink of my eye. In those days Batman, Superman and the Fantastic Four were popular, my brother and sisters and I played different roles, dressed up and used towels and old Halloween costumes to play the parts. It was so much fun to dress up and be a superhero!
This week I grab a towel as a reminder that we all could use a cape. It is time to bring out our superhero as adults! Let’s dream and be our own SUPERHERO!
Where do you need to fly in and save the day?
Where can you exert your powers to do something you have been wanting to do?
If it helps to put a cape on to feel the powers, go ahead and pull a towel out of your closet!
I recently summoned up my super powers when I left my job as a healthcare executive. It took super powers to decide on a new career path, to plan it all out, to create my new journey and to have MOST LIFE all ready to go on time! Yes, I put on my cape and got to work!
I am so glad it was there to use when I needed it! Those powers are special, indeed!
Recently, my brother sent me a song he heard on the radio. I am sure he remembered us playing and gave me a superhero nod to the journey I have taken. I appreciate the recognition and the memory of being a superhero with my little brother. It’s great to have those memories and really terrific to bring them out to “play” once in a while as an adult. Thanks for the memories and for the nod!
From my brother:
“Hey heard this song on the radio this morning (Eric Bibb, The Cape) and thought of you”The Cape Eight years old with a floursack cape Tied all around his neck He climbed up on the garage Figurin’ what the heck He screwed his courage up so tight The whole thing came unwound He got a runnin’ start and bless his heart He headed for the ground He’s one of those who knows that life Is just a leap of faith Spread your arms and hold your breath Always trust your cape All grown up with a floursack cape Tied around his dreams He was full of spit and vinegar He was bustin’ at the seams He licked his finger and he checked the wind It was gonna be do or die He wasn’t scared of nothin’ boys And he was pretty sure he could fly He’s one of those who knows that life Is just a leap of faith Spread your arms and hold your breath Always trust your cape Old and grey with a floursack cape Tied all around his head He’s still jumpin’ off the garage Will be till he’s dead All these years the people said He’s actin’ like a kid He did not know he could not fly So he did He’s one of those who knows that life Is just a leap of faith Spread your arms and hold your breath Always trust your cape
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written by Clark, Guy / Janosky, Jim / Clark, Susanna Wallis
Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
Have a great week and a MOST LIFE, SuperHero!