A Short Interruption
I’m beginning to wonder if the so far two-month long Fibro flare is going to be the new normal, at least (hopefully) for the duration of the winter. I’m not enjoying it. Aside from the really high pain levels and decimated energy, there is also the intensely excessive brain fog.
I’m surprised I can remember my own name at times. So much is falling through the cracks.
Of course, this happens in the middle of trying to finish some things for HealthCentral that I should have done last year (see: my health is in the toilet), a ridiculous number of medical appointments, a couple of big projects on my own plate, plus a small upgrade of The Seated View.
And then yesterday, my elbow crapped out to the point where it’s hard to use my arm. Did I mention this was my driving arm, my writing arm, and well… my everything arm?
I am so done with this winter. I mean, Christmas is over, why can’t we have summer now?
Here’s the thing. There is only so much of me to go around these days and that amount is much smaller than normal. So I have to make some hard choices and temporarily move seevral items from the Mandatory list to the Extremely Optional.
For the next little while, writing regularly for the blog will have to be optional. Which is actually quite timely, as I need to stop producing content when we get into the nitty-gritty of the upgrade.
Until I start writing here again in a few weeks, you can find me on social media:
Connect with me on Twitter @TheSearedView
Join the conversation on my Facebook Page
Follow the 30-day Lipstick Adventure on my Instagram account (where they still believe that my blog is spam, so I’m reduced to telling my story in only pictures. Interesting challenge)
And if you’re wondering what the heck I mean about the Lipstick Adventure, check out my latest video
See you soon. Be good to yourself. Winter is dark and full of flares (to paraphrase the red woman).