Sunday, August 23, 2009

Under Repair

For those even mildly curious as to the title of this posting, let me reassure you that it relates to the condition of the blogger and not the website. I will not bore you with the ongoing details of my current attempted recovery process, but the paraphrase "it now takes me all week to do what I used to do all week" would not be out of line as it relates to my capability to remain upright in front of a keyboard (or anywhere else for that matter) long enough to string coherent thoughts together. 

(For those of you who might be thinking that I never let coherent thoughts get in the way of previous postings, shame on you. It's not fair to make fun of those in a weakened condition.) 

As part of the rehabilitative process, I am going to try to force myself to exercise my brain (a type of exercise seldom used even when I was feeling stronger), in the hopes that in doing so I can exorcise the weakness that I am currently dealing with. I hope to have something in the way of a new entry posted at least by mid-week, and will see how things go before attempting to get back to a full schedule. 


Maggie Thurber said...

glad to see your 'ramblings' once again...have missed you!

hope you'll be back to 'normal' soon!

Hooda Thunkit (Dave Zawodny) said...


Well you just take it easy and do what you can.

What matters is that you recover!

The alternative is too scary to even think of ;-)

BTW, in your absence you WERE missed!

mRed said...

Glad you're back! Time to get in fightin' form.

Roland Hansen said...

Keep up the good fight, Tim!!!

Tim Higgins said...

Thanks for all the kind thoughts, and I have to say that having Maggie use the term normal regarding any condition I have ever experienced brought a chuckle.

I have dropped a couple of weight classes in recent weeks, but can still call myself a heavyweight as long as we aren't looking at this intellectually.

My intention remains to battle as best I can until the final round.

Midwest Mama said...

I'm sorry you're having to go through this. I'll be praying for you.

Tim Higgins said...


From your mouth to God's ears. Thank you.