I go in cycles. I have a well balanced life, for a shut in. Writing, reading, crafts, this and that. But if I get sick - and it's going on a year and a half that I've been continuously sick with different stuff - I end up contracting. I can only do one thing or another, and I go in cycles. Two months of only writing, or six months of reading. I just don't have the energy to do more. This pisses me off because I can remember when I was better. *sigh* I can only hope it doesn't get to the point, where I don't remember
it ever being better.
Lately, I've been pretty active. By lately, I mean this week. (two weeks ago, I was clutching a bucket and making sure there was nothing between me and the bathroom.) I've been reading. I've been doing reviews. I've even been doing a bit of writing (yay!), book two of Season of the Sand Bird, called Season of the Fire Snakes. This is a lot of stuff for someone like me, that works in cycles. But when you can count in days out of a year, when you're able to get out of bed, you have to do triple time doing things, to kind of even it out. I've found when people tell me: take it easy, Feath, don't burn out
, I get kind of upset. I can get sick tomorrow and be out for a year. I've got to get it done.
I've been thinking on the webpage. How can I make it better? What can I add or take away? This isn't as easy as it sounds, as I get brain fog. What is clear to others, isn't clear to me. But I keep trying. We'll see how it goes.
Maybe Feath said something interesting in another post?