Floating like a butterfly

Summer breezes and sunny days ease the distance I travel to work. The time inside is still spent at a desk and in front of a screen.

The images of a proud Mohammad Ali, in preparation for his famous phantom punch 60 years ago, as he meets Sonny Liston during May 1965 in Lewiston, Maine, are part of a WCSH Collection clip that includes a physician talking about the upcoming Olympics in Mexico.

This year’s Olympics and Lewiston’s current recovery efforts are also in my thoughts.

So many years since Ali’s lightening moments have flown by, with such speed.   My involuntary, deep sigh of appreciation at those many decades of memories that linger no longer than a flutter of fresh green grass against my ankle, is only to say, too soon old and too late smart.