Thursday, September 4, 2014

Taking a little longer...

I recently injured my back and have not been online a whole lot since the injury, but I have been catching-up on my reading and working on some maps and such stuff. When I can. When my hand isn't shaking. I'm using a lot less of the meds now, and the pain has substantially subsided, as long as I don't do anything too stupid. So I'm still around, still going, but I'm slowed down considerably, at least for the moment. I am improving, so I expect to be back at the blog soon. If I am able, I will try to get an episode of Bujilli out today, otherwise it'll be delayed one more week. I apologize for that. It was not the plan. It sucks. But I'll do my best to get back up to speed as quickly as I can.

Jim

8 comments:

  1. It happens. Just rest and recuperate. The internet will be here.

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    1. Yep. It happened. Recuperation bores me, I'm not a patient person...unless I'm in the woods or hunting. Nice to see that the internet is still here, though Blogger seems to have gotten updated/revised a bit again...

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  2. Yes, the joy of getting old(er) - learning to heal...

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    1. Getting old sucks, getting out of shape is worse. I need to manage my time better, get back into something approximating decent shape, and make the most of it all.

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  3. Get to getting better. While you're laying there prone, think up more cool adventures.

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    1. Still working on the getting better thing, but now that my hands aren't as shaky I can get back to making maps and stuff. I might have another adventure for a future issue of The Manor if you're interested.

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  4. That stinks! Hope the healing is rapid. Bujili can wait

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    1. Yeah, it does, but I'm getting better...and the time off has given me a chance to better re-think a few things. With luck maybe this will have worked out for the best after all.

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