Earlier this week I wrote a post – topic Mother’s loss of a child.
The next morning a medical news article stared me in the face – topic blood types.
Yes of course I became anxious to learn which blood type found thru studies performed
‘may‘ lower risk of severity or worse in the current health crisis.
The answer was RH negative, the alien DNA which only 15% of the population
worldwide (of which I’m one) possess = a minority in classes of blood factors.
Countless times the word ‘may’ appeared throughout this article which I did
read in its entirety.
Percentage of immunity??
Comforting words – I think not.
Wonderful I’d been reminded of another loss – a son taken from me before birth
year 1969 due to this blood factor.
I wondered how much more of these horrendous memories triggered by words
written I shall have to endure in this lifetime.
The reality is 100% cruel punishment as I recalled the before, during and aftermath
of giving birth to a stillborn son who’d passed two weeks prior to delivery.
My shoulders once strong from weightlifting are slowing weakening – a combo of
lack of anaerobic exercise and emotional stress.
I tell myself ‘never give up’ – I read all those nice affirmations and inspirational quotes.
Reality – going it alone in Golden years ‘sucks’.
The past two days I’ve had no choice other than tend to errands – need of nourishment
Yesterday afternoon I finished reading the second psychological thriller novel by the
Today I took a long nap.
Now what on earth does all the above relate to?
Today while driving from one location to another, the country music station announcer
stated it was ‘National Grammar Day’.
I checked online and ‘yes’ March 4th is the designated day for grammar.
Uumm what about the word ‘may’ that appeared countless times in that article.
Turns out it’s a modal verb that’s used in conjunction with a main verb to
express possibility thereof.
Overwhelmed at this time, I ‘may’ decide to change from my former goal
and write about romantic fantasy.
After all the mind can wander to unknown places and dabbling in fiction
might be fun.