It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything. There are a number of reasons for that. First and foremost is I’ve had some major writers block, these past few days I feel as thought I’ve had nothing really to say. Since I have noting to say I decided to keep my trap shut, not sure what the point is in posting if you feel there is nothing valid to say. Another reason for not posting is that I’ve had an idea for a novel floating around for the last couple days. I’ve always wanted to do some writing but have never really had the gumption to do it. So, I’m allowing these ideas to ruminate for a while and try and make decisions on the possibility of pursuing this.
I’ve also wanted to take an opportunity to say thank you to a couple of people on here. As those regular readers of That’s the Book! know I’ve had some health issues for quite some time. There’s been lots of speculation and guessing at what the problem may be. Unfortunately, nothing much has worked, so I was left with being ill since November and it’s been becoming a rather frustrating process to say the least. Well, the last couple of weeks all that has changed, and is continuing to change.
I started with a trip to Dr. Stephen Lafay a chiropractor. After taking some X-rays one day he showed me how totally messed up my neck is. After looking at the X-rays it was not much of a surprise that I was getting regular migraine headaches. After seeing him a few times I noticed a change in the headache situation. And for that I’m thankful to Dr. Lafay and the staff.
The following Monday, last week, I decided I’d make a trip to a naturopath, which brought me to Sunrise Health Services. They have four doctors and I got to see Katie Branter and it didn’t take long for her to figure out what the problem is. So now I’m taking some things to put my adrenal glands back to normal. After being on the natural medication for a few days I noticed a change. I used to crave sweets all the time now I don’t even think about it, which is fantastic. When I go back on June first the plan is work on my insomnia, and if that works just as well as this is I’m really looking forward to getting some sleep.
I hope to be back posting regularly again soon. For the time being I’m going to consider this whole writing idea. I’m also getting some reading in which is great. Tomorrow you can look forward to a discussion of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde at the Stratford Shakespeare Festival for Theatrical Thursday.
3 thoughts on “Still Alive!”
Welcome back. I hope your health is back up to par soon. It’s exciting to hear you have a novel idea in the works. I look forward to your review of Importance of Being Earnest. “A handbag?!” is just about the funniest line I know.
Sounds like you’re on the right track…congratulations on “Flick Pick”…Perfect!
Most definitely take the idea of the novel and run with it! and I’m so happy that you are finding resolution and treatment options for good well-being.