Monday, March 1, 2010

March Already?

2010 is a bit of a fog for me so far. Getting old isn't much fun and my girly parts have decided to rebel against the idea. Despite all efforts to convince them that we can age gracefully together they refuse to cooperate. So, after months of trying to quell the rebellion, it has been decided that the damned malcontents are just going to have to go. I've written and rewritten this post several times and have trashed it because I hate whining but I did want to let you all know that I haven't fallen off the face of the earth or given up blogging. Unfortunately, with vicodin as my new best friend, I find I have very little to say... my life is as interesting as late night commercials minus the cialis ads. We have had a lovely, mild winter and I want to get out and weed my garden beds, ride my bike, walk the dogs... Next Thursday I will have surgery and I am determined to be back to normal by April.


Cheri @ Blog This Mom!® said...

I detest the girly part rebellion and all the parts that act in concert to carry out the conspiracy.

I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers.

Leeann said...

Oh sweetie,

I am so sorry that you are feeling so rough. That is no fun at all.

I hope that your surgery goes smoothly, that your recovery is as pain free as possible and that you will feel back to your normal, strong self VERY SOON!

Miss you!

Laura/CenterDownHome said...

Thinking of you, Gina. I've been so disorganized, and haven't kept up with blogs at all, just facebook, sortakinda. I noticed your absence there. I didn't know that you were having health problems. Take care, feel better, and welcome spring!! I think that we'll all feel the healing energy of sun, and green, and birds and LIFE this season! Sending love and light. <3

skatey katie said...

much love from down under (ooo, a pun!)
sunshine X

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

By this point I'm assuming your surgery is over and done with. I hope it went well and the fact that you're out commenting is a sign of a strong recovery.

The only good thing about aging is that it beats the alternative!