This is Getting Old

My last few #ROW80 updates have said something along the lines of “I’m sick. I’m not writing much, but I’m here.”

Well, today is no different. The biggest change is that my littlest is now in Pre-School a few days a week, and I’ve been using that time to write. It’s not much, but it’s something. I was feeling a little better last week, but then we went out of town for a close friend’s wedding (My 4yo was a flower girl) and although I was fine through the wedding itself, that night I took a serious turn for the worse. Fortunately, my wonderful hubby took good care of me through the long weekend, and even took a half day off work yesterday. I’m trying to take it easy while simultaneously stepping back into life and taking care of everything that was neglected while I’ve been sick. I have an appointment to see my own doctor (I’ve been in the office three times already to see whomever was available, usually the nurse practitioner) next week.

Writing is one of those things I can’t do well while sick. Fortunately, some of the writing-related stuff like interviews and blog posts are a little easier, and I’ve been able to keep up with those.

Here’s to next week, when I hope to report that I’m not sick anymore!

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About AmyBeth Inverness

A writer by birth, a redhead by choice.
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One Response to This is Getting Old

  1. Sick is sick, that’s all there is to it! Take care of yourself and don’t worry about the writing. If you feel well enough, maybe doing some research and taking some notes are an option? That’s one of the things I do when my head is too cloudy for creation.

    Get well soon!

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