Happenings… or not.

I’ve been sick for the last two days. Today makes day three. I’m not sure what’s up. It’s not the flu, unless it’s a new one that doesn’t cause vomitting and other bodily explosions. I’ve just been stupidly lethargic, achey, and tired. I’ve been resting on the couch and in bed for the last couple of days. And in between the sleeps I’ve been watching a little Netflix, dozing while whatever is playing. I’m feeling a little better today. Hopefully whatever I have is on it’s way out.

And as always, I’m behind on reading blogs. Well, some blogs. Like 700+ posts behind. I’m attempting to play catch up, but that seems to be a failing venture for me these day. As such, I decided to just mark everything written before January 1 this year as “read”. Hopefull I haven’t missed something super important in the people I follow’s lives.

And then there’s the complete lack of blogging myself. At least “real” blogging. Sure, pictures get cross-posted from Instagram, and the occassional status update from Facebook does as well. But that’s not really blogging in my mind. Then again, this whole blog for me was more just a record/diary of my thoughts more than as a way to express myself. And maybe I do that better with the occassional picture. But I need to get better on posting my actual thoughts. Something I haven’t done in a while. I keep trying to find my “angle” on life. Or at least how I view things. I wouldn’t say I live a monotonous life, but I am a man of repitition. Probably enough so that many would find it monotonous.

Anywho… I’m still alive, I’m behind, and that seems to be life these days.

Until next time...

14 thoughts on “Happenings… or not.

  1. Poor thing. It’s rotten to be sick. It ‘sounds good’ when we are healthy/working but really it is awful.
    Not to be worrying about reading or posting blogs. We wait for you with the porch light on. I think I speak for all your fans even a minor tidbit of news is nice to hear.

  2. If life were too exciting it would get tiresome. It’s good to be grounded and contented in a routine so that you can recognize and relish the truly exciting stuff. 🙂

  3. A question, do you have deer ticks there as we do in New Hampshire (a major infestation)? What you’re describing could be many things, but early stage Lyme is one of them. Fingers crossed for you that it isn’t — but it might be a good idea to have yourself checked.

    1. We do, but definitely out of season for them here. We checked for some of the tale-tell visual indicators (i.e., the red spot), but didn’t find any. Also, there are a bunch of other people in the area suffering similar symptoms. The Husbear had it a few days before I did as well, and more than likely I got it from him.

    1. Thank you, Fearsome. I’m feeling a little better today finally.

      If you’d like, I can provide you with a list of artists in that same genre as what’s on the White Mink album.

  4. People around here have had the flu ( with a fever) and something else, with the same symptoms except the fever, which we’ve been told is NOT the flu. Whatever it is, it sucks all the life force out and makes one feel that simly breathing and keeping the eyes open is a chore.
    Feel better soon!

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