It’s time for a quick update. I missed all of July, and it looks like it will be later in August that I’ll be back to posting on a regular schedule.
As I mentioned in my last post, June Announcement, my wife suffered multiple compound fractures. Since that post, she spent a couple weeks in the hospital, a few more in rehab, and has been home for the last two weeks. We’re still trying to get into a nice routine, but hopefully by the end of the month, she’ll be less cripply and more semi-functional.
What I’d like to do when I get back is host a Summer Recap post or series, I’m not sure which yet. It’ll cover the bigger events of the season, like Jeffrey Epstein getting arrested for trafficking minors for sex and Robert Mueller testifying before Congress.
I miss writing every day, and I hate not being knee deep in the fight right now. As soon as the wife is cleared for a return to normalcy, I’m back telling everyone how None Of This Is Normal.
I haven’t posted anything for a few days, and it might be a while before I’m back on track with a regular schedule.
This past Saturday, my wife was injured when she fell off of a horse. She’s alive, but has a few broken bones. She’s going to be on the shelf for a while. Even after she has all of the surgeries she needs, she won’t be doing jumping jacks anytime soon.
I have some posts and info from the last few days, but my standard Check-In posts won’t be coming out like they have been. I might have to scrap a couple that I was working on and focus on condensing what I can report on until things get back to semi-normal.
I’m not retiring this site, not by a long shot. I just can’t spend hours working on it every night. Going forward, I have to limit the amount of time spent on a post to an hour or two at most. It might seem contradictory, but the Check-In posts could easily take several hours on and off to complete.
When a major story breaks, I’ll cover it. If I can do a quick synopsis of the craziness of the day, I’ll do that too. But I can’t use the existing format until I have more time available.
Thanks for riding along on this journey.