I’m afraid yesterday was one of those days I warned about, when the burden of caring for a corgi slowly dying from cancer took a heavy physical and emotional toll.
She’ll see the vet over the weekend, at which point we should know more. And we’re preparing ourselves for the possibility that she may not come home with us, though that seems less likely than it did earlier in the week.
As usual, BikinginLA will be back on Monday, and we’ll catch up on anything we may have missed today.
My apologies once again.
Yesterday’s Ontario hit-and-run put me far behind schedule last night, after spending the evening caring for a sick wife and a dying dog. And the difficulty I had just writing the story tells me I’m still not caught up on my rest, despite sleeping most of the day.
So please forgive me if I have to beg off on today’s Morning Links for the second time this week.
I’ll do my best to be back tomorrow to catch up on all the highlights from the past few days.
And the lowlights, too.
My apologies once again.
I’m still dealing with the after effects of staying up all night Sunday when my wife made an unexpected trip to the ER.
Fortunately, it turned out to be nothing too serious. But I’m learning the hard way that I can’t pull all-nighters anymore without throwing my diabetes, and everything else, out of whack.
Just one more complication to add to all the others we’re dealing with right now.
So I’m giving up on getting anything done tonight, and going to bed.
As usual, we should be back bright and early on Thursday to catch up on anything we missed.
Sorry for the lack of a new post the past two days.
I’ve spent the last few days doubled up in pain after my doctor cut off the pain medication for my neuropathy, and won’t return my calls.
So I have absolutely no idea what’s going on, since I’ve always taken less than the prescribed dosage. And no idea when, or if, I’ll get a new prescription.
Hopefully I’ll be back soon.
I give up.
Once again, I’m unable to post a new Morning Links today.
But this time, it’s not my fault.
My internet service went down a couple hours ago, as I was working on today’s post. And took my unsaved changes with it.
After waiting patiently and rebooting both my laptop and modem more than once, I have no choice but to throw in the towel and try again tomorrow — assuming Spectrum cable can get its shit together by then.
So keep your fingers crossed, and hopefully we’ll be back on Thursday.
And yes, in case you’re wondering, I pecked this out on my phone, which doesn’t have access to all the links I’ve saved for the last two days.
But at least my mobile phone company still loves me.
My sincere apologies.
Another bout with dangerously low blood sugar knocked me on my ass for a few hours last night.
And not because I ate too much of the Corgi’s birthday cake.
So no Morning Links today. As always, we’ll be back bright and early tomorrow morning to catch up on anything we may have missed.
And if I haven’t mentioned it lately, diabetes sucks.
If you’re at risk, get yourself tested, and do whatever it takes to get and keep your blood sugar under control. Because you don’t want this shit.
Evidently, I decided to cap off a difficult week with a bout of low blood sugar that knocked me out for a few hours as I was trying to work. And left me too out of it to get anything done once I woke up.
Just one more reminder that diabetes sucks, even when you have it mostly under control.
So I’m giving up and throwing in the towel tonight.
Get out on your bike and enjoy the holiday weekend. Ride safely and defensively.
And I’ll see you back here bright and early Tuesday morning.
My wife has been taking care of me for the past few months, despite her own health problems.
Tonight, it was my turn to take care of her.
So I hope you’ll forgive the lack of new Morning Links today. As usual, we’ll be back tomorrow to catch up on anything we’ve missed.
Sunday was one of those days I warned about last week, when the pain and medications combined to knock me out for most of the day.
I’ll try to be back tomorrow to catch up on what we missed.