Recovering but still not feeling that whole blogging thing

About a month or so before Christmas I started to feel a little off. Not terrible, really, but not all that great either. Tired all the time and generally blah were my biggest complaints but I attributed both to working a ton of hours, the holidays, work travel, not eating like I should, not working out…

Anyway, all I had to do (I thought) was make to the end of the year, focus, get some rest, get back to healthier habits, and everything would be fine.

Then January 8th came along, I woke to get ready for work, made it to the bathroom, started to feel a little light headed, and passed out, smashing my face on the front of the vanity on the way down.

Six days in the hospital, a few appointments with specialists, a medication change, and a few weeks of trying to take it easy, I am feeling pretty good and ready to get back on track, mostly anyway.

My diet has been better for a week or so and I was cleared today to get back to exercising as long as I take it easy at first. I am back at work, will be back in seminary in March, am preaching my first real sermon in a little over a week. So, other than everyone around asking me if I’m OK everytime I stand up, life is pretty much back to normal. Everything, that is, except for the blog which I seek to have next to no motivation to mess with at all and I’m not sure why.

I used to love blogging, now I hardly (except for a few fellow bloggers I miss) even think about WordPress at all.

I do hope I get my blogging mojo back but only time will tell.

God bless,


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16 replies

  1. I hope you’re feeling better soon and get back to blog land.


  2. Sometimes you need to step back and it’s okay. I hope you find your way back to blogging when you feel up to it.

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  3. The mojo is in you, grasshopper. It will return when it’s ready . Glad you’re feeling better.

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  4. Good to know you are still making improvements.It takes time . Just hang in ther ….we aren’t going anywhere unless Jesus calls us up.


  5. Glad to hear that you’re on the mend. Pay attention to these warnings, they’re there for a reason, adjust, modify, re-evaluate. Grace and blessings!

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  6. Thanks for the update. You are missed. I’m praying for you.


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  7. Thanks for this update brother; will be praying for your health, recovery, work, ministry, seminary and your preaching!

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  8. Take care of yourself. Come back when your better and feel like it.

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