Hey there readers!
Most of you know to a certain extent that I've got some health issues. Varying by person I can reasonably most of you have a partial or whole awareness of this fact; if you don't this will make little sense.
My health is still a bit of a roller coaster. I'll have one day where I don't have any real bad moments and then the next four days will be one amalgamation of badness punctuated by relief. Currently I'm still reduced to reading when possible, some computer gaming, no writing and no editing :( :( and laying down off and on(depends on how long mom can keep me down!). Very little mass text processing as well. My brain just doesn't like trying to sort through strings of text.
My family is so accommodating without allowing complacency in these little mundane tasks in the day. They're superb.
No school or church, and no scheduled out of the house periods at this time. On good days, though, I get out of the house and walk around the block. Depending on the weather that means seriously bundling up cause I don't do cold too well at the moment.
While the body "languishes away" I'm still doing my best to keep my mind from turning to mush(even with a brain that only sometimes works V_^)
Due to this endeavor I've read several thought provoking books recently, one of which was Orthodoxy by G.K Chesterton. If you haven't read it I highly recommend it. Another was Life and Faith after the Digital Explosion it as well as very stimulating both academically with all the obscure yet useful statistics it presented, and deeply probing causing worthwhile self examination(and change!).
If you are interested, you can track my reading on Goodreads.com.