Part of the problem is that routine has changed about fifty times in the past few months. Another problem is that I've got a desk made for a person with short legs and I'm an amazon. Another issue is that my desk chair from hell gave up the ghost so I've been making due with a metal folding chair and a throw pillow for a month. My lower back is beginning to complain about the state of its union with my SI joint, the nerves around it and thus, my pain receptors. Before it gets critical, I'm backing off where I can. And that means not spending hours at the desk. I've got a workhorse laptop that I use at times like this. It has no internet. No bells and whistles. Just an older version of Windows, Microsoft Word and a smile.
If I want to finish this book AND have a healthy back, I can't sit at this desk in this chair. I can't afford the desk chair I want/need at the moment. So that means, less internetting.
Blogging can still happen with a thumbdrive, yes, but if I'm on the laptop I'm working my tail off. So, dear readers, just be aware that for my own health and sanity I may be blogging less frequently. Trust me, I paid off those damn medical bills and I don't want to start fighting that battle again. Can't afford the meds, the MRIs, the PT or the mental fog that comes with being drugged to the gills for pain. Can't do that again.
Love you all.
EDITED TO ADD: So, apparently my workhorse laptop has decided to call in sick today. Something is wrong with the start up and the little clit-like-mouse button (what the hell is that called again?) is not working. Seriously, Monday, it's time for you to fuck off.