Sunny Monday

So my loving family has once more exposed me to germs that my “reactive airways” took exception to, leaving me battling bronchitis and sinusitis, and all the tiredness and other such issues that go with them. And I poured every bit of focus and energy I had into meeting a work deadline (very interesting book, although I never would’ve picked up a book on phytochemistry at random). Which means I owe you, my loyal readers, an apology because I didn’t blog last week (aside from the serial post that was pre-scheduled), and I didn’t get out the second issue of the newsletter out for September. No, I have no thought of catching up. I’ll just try to do better going forward.

This starts with — I went to the doctor on Friday and got a ton of prescriptions (okay, it only feels that way), and I’m all focused on “Is this one every four hours, every six hours, twice a day, or once a day?” The breathing’s getting better, which means I am able to have two coherent thoughts in a row about something other than “Must meet this deadline.” Thus, modern medicine is once again what I’m grateful for this week. (And the freedom to nap during the day when I need to.)

What are you grateful for this week?


EDIT: Stay tuned Wednesday for a guest post by Julia Knight, whose first book, Swords and Scoundrels, releases tomorrow!

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10 Comments

  1. All hail modern medicine. Feel better soon :).

  2. Kathleen Hammond

    Modern medicine has been high in my priorities for many years. Happy to hear you are getting better.

  3. Thankful that we don’t live any closer to our ‘germ factory’ grandsons than we do. ๐Ÿ˜€ … hope you’re feeling better soon.

  4. Ashe Elton Parker

    Yay for modern medicine coming to the rescue! Glad to hear you’re doing better; I hope your health continues to improve.

  5. Feel better! It’s easy to get taken down by germ factories.

    (You can always set reminders on your various electronics to remind your of when to take the handful of drugs).

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