Funk #9 & All Things Must Pass

I worked out last night. That was a little humbling. The first few minutes were actually pretty demoralizing but I finished the workout on a much more positive and promising note. I felt like the first few minutes were needed to prime the pump and flush out some impurities. Here’s hoping I can keep that momentum throughout the next two weeks so I can rebuild prior to round two of treatment.

I woke up in a funk today. Or let’s just say I woke up a little off. A little annoyed. A little bummed. A little pissed off. I trust these feelings will pass. I’ll chalk them up to “benefits” of chemo and everything that goes along with it. It makes me wonder what the emotional roller coaster will be like in the next couple of month. As long as I can stay a step ahead physically, I’ll be able to reconcile my own head. If I can’t, I’ll be concerned.

Without cheating, does anyone know who wrote the songs referenced in the title of this post?

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  1. Danielle Brown
    Posted July 27, 2016 at | Permalink

    George Harrison :) You’ll be back to your normal self in no time dukes

  2. Steve
    Posted July 28, 2016 at | Permalink


    You get 50% credit but I’m very impressed. Funk #9 was the James Gang (featuring Joe Walsh). All Things Must Pass is indeed George’s epic triple album release.

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