This week I’m going to have a colonoscopy. I know there have been big advances and the “protocol” has been reduced, so what’s the big deal? I’m not that lucky. I have to have several days of fasting. (There are over 12 pages of instructions.) This makes me very grumpy.
Instead of trying to write sensible prose while I’m thinking about Mounds Bars, Dove chocolate, chocolate chip cookies, chicken, and leek soup (what can I say, I like what I like), I’ll be taking a computer sabbatical and catching up on some reading.
I will follow up that experience with cataract surgery on my left eye. And three weeks after that, if all goes well, I’ll have surgery on the right eye.
I’ve been writing ahead. You’ll still see new, fresh posts from me throughout this period, so please stop by. (I’m even trying to finish my review of Stonehenge Aqua to add it into that mix. It’s got so many examples that I’ve been rolling my eyes just thinking about making a gallery for them.)
If you leave a comment please be patient as I might not see it for several weeks.
I wrote enough posts to take me into the spring. By then I hope to be able to hop on my outside bike. I’m sure to blog about that too.
Last week I posted my class listings (click here to see the schedule). Classes will be running beginning in February, throughout the year, so be sure to check them and see if something fits your schedule!
Now you know what you can expect of me.
Here’s what I expect from you—read the new posts, or read your favorite old posts. Read some Project Fridays. (Use the category list or my blog’s search engine to find them.) Based on my suggestions in the posts you read DRAW something.
Just a little something every day. That will make me less grumpy.
Oh, and if you live somewhere sunny and snowless, get on your bike and take a ride!