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We now resume your regularly scheduled programming

Okay, readers, it’s been a rocky couple of months but I think I’m back. I wasn’t going to get into details but I’m kind of tired of not talking about everything. September was pretty awful and I was ready to use October to pull myself together. Then my uncle died last week after being in and out of hospitals since January. My aunt was hospitalized with a mysterious infection around the same time. And I got sick again (I’ve been ill on and off since September). Dealing with work and school besides had me ready for a nervous breakdown.

Some things, obviously, can’t be fixed. I’m still sad and I really miss my uncle. But my aunt is on the mend and lots of other things are coming together. For the first time in a really long time I woke up feeling like a person instead of a zombie or a ghost or some other non-person-detached-entity. And even though 2009 is an utter fail as far as my family is concerned a lot of good things happened too.

Now, because of my prolonged illness(es–it might just have been the same cold coming back again and again) I have no content to post. But new stuff will be up here soon. See you on the other side.

2 thoughts on “We now resume your regularly scheduled programming”

  1. Oh no! I’m so sorry to hear about your uncle. I haven’t been online in a while, so I just saw this. :( I am glad to hear that things are getting somewhat better, though. My grandma and my great-aunt both died about this time last year, so I truly do understand what you must be going through.

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