No, we didn’t make it to Maui

Avalon Harbor, Catalina Island, California

I guess I knew it was a possibility, when I signed up for buddy passes for a week trip to Hawaii at a pre-paid timeshare resort. But for some reason, I thought for sure there would be at least 2 empty seats on one of the several planes leaving daily for the islands…. there weren’t.

What to do? I quickly went through the five stages of grief.

Denial ( no f***ing way!?)

Anger (no f***ing way!?)

Bargaining ( come-on, you can get 2 more f***ing people on this plane!)

Depression (we’re f***ed, I’m a loser.)

Acceptance (F*** you, I didn’t want to go on your plane to Maui in the first place, I want to stay here, and that’s OK.)

Laguna Beach, California and Catalina Island….there could be worse places to kill a few days. I can’t deny that I was upset, but maybe I shouldn’t be so down on myself. I think it was good I was able to pull through, come up with a plan, and make the best of it.

I have completely gotten over it, and moved on. It’s ancient history now—

but the water in Maui would have been a lot f***ing warmer…..

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About Dr. Greg Meyer

I'm a homeopathic physician, an urgent care physician, camper, hiker, traveler, and photographer. After Microbiology & Epidemiology, I studied medicine and more recently have become fascinated on how homeopathy can actually cure disease, or better said-how it allows the body to actually heal itself. I'm available for consultations in classical homeopathy. Check my website for more information.
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2 Responses to No, we didn’t make it to Maui

  1. Susan Dunn says:

    It’s so interesting how after years of meditation, what used to “bug” us for months or years is now only lasting a few hours or days. I’m glad you got over it and maybe next time it won’t even cause you to be angry!!!

  2. Lisa Swanson says:

    Didn’t even know you knew such words, Greg! Sorry to hear about that.

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