I mean, I come around once every 6 months or so and expect you all to still be here: what's up with that? Not much, really. Just a hope that some people have stuck around, and a heartfelt "thank you" to anybody who manages to read this. I'm still trying to get used to living the life of a chronically ill guardian/co-parent (who lives on the couch in the living room, still), and it's ... A. Lot. Much, much more than I ever could have predicted, and it's taking pretty much all of my brain cells to make it through the days. So writing? Writing has fallen to the wayside quite a bit, unfortunately.
BUT - I am determined to participate in the Blogging Against (Dis)Ableism Day in two days time, so I figured I'd better make myself say 'hello' so I wouldn't be too ashamed/intimidated to show my face here again, come Sunday.
And I'm not completely absent from the web - you can find me tumblring at Au-NTE & Whatshouldwecallfibro, pretty much always. (There's a queue: I love me a queue I can fill on good days, and not worry about on bad!) I'm also participating in Cannonball Read 8 (although I'm behind there, too). My latest review was pretty much a rant-filled "Are you kidding me with this bs?" kind of post that - if you've spent any time here at all - you can depend upon me for, if you're interested (the book's publisher was seriously NOT, and left a comment that I had no idea how to respond to, which was a new 'adventure' for me). And I tweet about ridiculous things, and important things, and my love of all things Hamilton, too, if you're interested.
Either way: I'll see you back here on Sunday, and I'm going to attempt a 'post every single day' after that, just to force myself back into thinking what I have to say is valuable, and setting aside the time for it. (Even if all I have to say is random memes, because: guys? I am good at random memes.)