Walkabout 2002 – Hanging Around, A.K.A. Integration Time

You Want Me To Do What?OK – it’s official. I’m bored. I’m hanging out here waiting for the weekend. While Chuck and Chad are entertaining hosts, there just isn’t much to do in Coudersport, PA. I’ve been informed that the night life consists of the movie (which we’ve seen and yes, there’s only one), the bowling alley (all 8 lanes), and the bars. The good news is that the movie theater was CHEAP! It was $4.00 for the movie, and then .60 for candy, something like $1.50 for a soda and $1.75 for a large popcorn. All told with two large drinks, a twix bar and a large popcorn, the concession bill came to $5.00. You can’t beat that with a stick.

I watched Die Hard with a Vengeance yesterday for the first time and The Mummy Returns for the millionth time. Die Hard III was actually better than I had expected, considering that I consider Die Hard (the original) to be the best action flick of all time and Die Hard II to be one of the worst (hence the reason I never watched Die Hard III).

Well, I really do have nothing to talk about today. Although it is interesting to note that Chad, Chuck’s roommate, is a former Mormon priest. I haven’t found out the scoop on that one yet, but I’m sure the conversation will be enlightening if I get a chance to have it.

*Update 2013 – At the time of the writing of this I didn’t understand the value of integration time.  Looking back, that’s exactly what this time was.  Downtime from processing.  It’s a good thing.  Keeping this in mind, I’ll be taking a couple days off after my Manifest Your Mission event launches this weekend to do my own integration.  

*  This is part of an ongoing series of posts detailing what happened on a spiritual pilgrimage that I took in 2002.  To start from the beginning, go to July 2, 2013.  To see the entire journey as it gets published, click on the category “You Want Me To Do WHAT?!!?” to see all of the posts.  


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