Truth is, I just don't feel that I have anything interesting to say these days. I've returned from the land of eternal sunshine
January in the north is a sick month. I heard on the tv last week that January 16 is officially the most depressing day of the year in the northern hemisphere. Whatever the reason, Lloyd and I had briefly (I hope) succummed to the season's hype. He's going into his second week of intense vertigo, managing only about 4 hrs of sleep a night, broken every 45 minutes or so by attacks of mind-numbing vertigo...and sciatica. I have had a recurrence of iritis which sent me to my opthmalogist for the first time since 2004, and she put me on steroids to reduce the inflamation, eye drops to reduce the pressure caused by the steroids, and is booking me into laser eye surgery for an iridotomy to keep my narrow-angle glaucoma from developing into close-angle glaucoma. The iridotomy consists of drilling laser holes into my iris. What fun. This should be happening in the next week or two. I'll be glad when January's over. And I'm going to be missing a trip to Winnipeg to attend my niece's wedding reception. Sorry Meredith and Angelo.
It hasn't been all bad though. The Arizona trip was lovely, even if it was in the presence of kids and grandkids instead of soulmate/husband. Lloyd and I did manage to have a lovely, peaceful three day weekend together when I got home. And today I finally get to go out on what used to be an every Friday lunch fun time with Mickey.
So...that's my update for today. It's my whine of the month. After all, life isn't always sunshine and light. I'll keep the next entries more upbeat. Don't give up on me yet.
If winter is here, can spring be far behind???