So today is "Get Fat on Candy Day" Halloween. That terrific time of year where we all pretend to be something we're not, go around our neighborhoods begging for food, and attend parties we rarely rememeber (because of what we did at said parties).
One of the fun things I love to do this time of year is to watch scary movies with my wife. Sometimes they are gory, sometimes they are stupid (silly, funny), and sometimes they make you jump out of your skin - but they are fun nonetheless. Few of these flicks truly frighten and it's funny when you watch this genre of film how it's acceptable to talk out loud during an intense part of any given scene.
I found myself thinking last night as we were watching one such movie, "Why is it that nobody EVER turns on the light when they enter any dark space?". I mean, I don't know about you, but the first thing I do is to feel along any wall and search for that all important switch; or to reach up and look for that pull-string to bring on the light!
Then I also thought how great it is that chiropractic is the light! We, as D.C.'s-to-be (DC2B) can remove the subluxations (below light) in our world to restore that light to our bodies. Without the light, we have no life. As chiropractors we will be able to restore nerve supply to our patient's bodies to keep that scary darkness away.
This makes me so excited! I am so excited to be here at Sherman College! I am so excited to be able to share my thoughts (no matter how random or mundane) with you! If my ramblings make no sense, or you have a question about anything, please let me know.
Now, off to do something scarier than any holiday or movie - study for midterms...