The days I work are better than the days I don’t. When I have the whole day off, I just sit on the couch and watch movies for up to 12 hours at a time. I don’t know why, really. This is a new behavior for me. I’m concerned that it may have something to do with menopause and my hormones changing. Just a guess at this point.
I do have 3 separate writing projects going on in my head. The first is Hayden’s letters. My goal to finish was August, but I got behind. I only have about 10 letters left to type into the computer and then I want to re-arrange them. You see, I thought all of the letters were dated but only about 1/3 are. Oddly enough, I am actually confused about the sequence of events (i.e. what happened first). I used to remember every tiny detail about every obscure thing. I am assuming my memory lapses are due to stress and I hope all those memories come back to me in the future. But the book could be better arranged, so I will definitely be working on it for another 4 months at least. No Xmas release.
Project #2 is an audiobook. My first. It needs to be a sound recording (I keep thinking “cassette tape”!) because I cannot typeset an e-book that switches between English letters and Hebrew letters. That book/audio recording is almost done. Once I have finished it in my head, then I will make it real.
The third project is everything else, including this blog that I let sit for almost 2 months. Sigh. I went from 450 hits a day to 20, but I have the same problem that all the other recovery bloggers have: no progress means no new posts. I mean, what do I write about?
Still, I’m glad I do have the blog because it makes me want to have some improvement more than if I were just taking notes for myself. Having a place to write about my potential progress is a positive motivator for me and reminds me that I need to keep moving forward. Let’s all be well together.