"All men dream: but not equally. Those who dream by night in the dusty recesses of their minds wake in the day to find that it was vanity: but the dreamers of the day are dangerous men, for they may act their dreams with open eyes, to make it possible." TE Lawrence

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Drunken Sailor

I have been dealing with side effects of my hearing loss. I came across this blog that describes it perfect.


Things from this point are going to get interesting. Am I capable to work and drive. Is driving worth the risk. For now my wife has pulled the car keys until I get better answers. I am taking time off from work. Until I get some more answers.

Food elimination is not working. No caffeine, low sodium and now no gluten are not seeming to help.

I may find time now to catch up on my sleep. My running addiction may be put on hold.

I'm just not the type to give in. I can break through the wall and keep going. Now I just need to do it holding myself up.

God has planned this moment for my life so I know I will be OK. Keeping my eyes open to see where He will take me.


  1. Bryan,
    Praying for your breakthrough to come. And for peace for you and your family until it does! ~~Dawn M.

  2. Bryan: I tried to post this to your other blog but couldn't for some reason....

    Great Hinson Lake report! I'm writing an article about Mike Morton and would like to quote something you wrote on my blog. You wrote:

    "I can tell you the man made it look easy. I did my first 24 at Hinson this year. I had a tent 2 coolers of food and a crew. I was lucky to make 72 miles. Mike pulled up with a suitcase, dropped it on the ground, changed his shoes and simply ran. No crew, no extra food or special drinks and gels."

    Can I use that quote, attibuting it to you? If you have any questions, please e-mail me at wchornsby at yahoo.