Thanks to the magic of scheduling blog posts, hopefully you’ve been blissfully unaware of my big adventure the past couple of weeks. I am a very private person and this (is silly, but) is not easy for me to share with you. However, more than my silly discomfort, I treasure your friendship and want to explain why you may notice I’m a bit scarce around here for a while starting next week.
A mere two weeks ago, I woke up early and went walking with neighbors for a brisk 40 minutes. Twelve hours later I could barely shuffle down the hall of the emergency room. Twenty-four hours later I had the distinction of being the most complicated emergency appendectomy my surgeon had seen all year (yea, me!). I spent five days in the hospital thanks to my complicated appendectomy.
I now spend my days shifting my position on the couch in stretchy pants (thanks so much to my friend, J. for pushing me around the store in a wheelchair so I could buy stretchy yoga pants). In theory, sitting around not being able to do much sounds attractive, but in reality it’s a bit uncomfortable and boring. I’m hoping to be back to “normal” and normal activities soon (except maybe the mopping, I’m okay with not getting back to that right away).
Thanks to my obsession with scheduling posts several weeks out, I’ve been able to lay on the couch and have everything run just fine here on the blog for the past two weeks. However, since my last scheduled post is on Monday, I thought it was about time to let you know what’s going on around Organized 31.
The This Is How We Roll link party will continue on Thursdays uninterrupted. I will have a few posts now and then (the ideas are peculating as I lay around here) and I have some past projects I can write about. I just wanted to let you know that my posting schedule may be a bit sporadic for a while. I’m not sure how long it will take for me to get back to “normal,” but please hang in there with me. I will be back as good as ever, just as soon as I can.
Take care and be well.