Wednesday, April 18, 2018


Hello, everyone.

So I guess an update is in order since the somewhat cryptic posts that I left this past Friday. And that update is that I had a brief stay at the hospital due to a blood clot in my leg that has been causing me some rather sufficient pain. And because pain and me go hand in hand like a Roman Reigns Wrestlemania Main Event and an approving audience, I spent the better part of a Thursday at the emergency ward and another trip on Friday morning to get the necessary treatments, which includes a year's worth of anticoagulants and some light activities.

Since part of that prescription means spending most of my time in bed and nowhere closing to a seating position, I spent the better part of the weekend bed-ridden while making minute efforts in trying to walk under my own power. The good news in this regard is that I'm slowly but surely starting to get enough strength in my leg that I can walk around (with some difficulty, but not too much) on my power for about fifteen minutes several times a day.

The bad news is that I'm still a long ways to go before I can comfortably sit at a desk to get shit done. And that means the period of inactivity here on the blog - save for the few text posts I have in reserve - continues and may very well continue until the end of the month. In fact, I'm sort of sneaking this one post in and my leg isn't holding up very well. So I guess I'll be doing more walking and lying on my back.

On the bright side, however, being incapacitated means I'm able to relax and brainstorm a few ideas. Possibly even getting stuff ready to go when I'm ready to get stuff done. I'm aiming for May to get back to work (both online and in real life) and a week or so later should see videos return in a big way. I've lost a lot of time because of this clot and I want to catch up as much as possible.

So I bid you adieu for now and would like to give a piece of advice; if something seems off, don't wait until the last possible moment before it gets serious. Get it checked out before it becomes something bad.

Anyway, got to go.


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