Wednesday, April 14, 2010

General Update

I haven't been posting much, so I thought I'd let everyone know what's going on.

I'm still working through my Vitamin D deficiency. I didn't want to mention it before, but one of my symptoms was depression. I'm taking it seriously and taking meds, exercising, getting sunlight, and eating leafy greens, but part of depression is that you're less interested in fun things. A major component for me is that I'm stalled in my writing, and even though I'm much better (I've stopped crying every day, I'm more cheerful, and I'm even doing housework again and enjoying WoW), I'm still pretty paralyzed about my work. I don't know what it should feel like to be "cured" but I'm working hard at it. :)

I'm expecting a nephew in July. Nephew = babysitting = getting peed on = eep! I'll still be around, but life is changing.

Husband's Best Friend (who I've mentioned in more than a few posts is a raid leader and someone we consider family) is moving to our town (from across the country) on Monday. Most of our free time will be spent with him irl for the next week or two, though I still have some free time during the day.

The most influential delay in me posting, though, is that there's not much new to talk about WoW-wise. All the class-specific blogs are going nuts with the class changes, but until we start getting some pointless fun things announced, I'm a little "meh." I'll keep up with the news, though, and blather when something makes me giggly.


Thank you all for being so nice and continuing to read! I started this blog to just jot my thoughts down, keep memories from the game, and maybe explain WoW to people who hadn't played MMOs before. I never had aspirations to get any sort of regular readership, but I'm happy if I've managed to entertain people along the way. :)

Here's to another year of pointless pretty things!


  1. I have nothing to say except to wish you the best in your battles against Vitamin D deficiency and depression.

  2. Hang in there. Getting past the crying-every-day stage is huge, and the work paralysis will subside too. (Although in my case, work paralysis has been replaced with mild agoraphobia. Ah, well.)

  3. Bravo to you for working through your torments. My best and deepest wishes go out to you.

  4. I need to look into that also. I have been inside for sometime now due to my back injury and the doc took me out of work for good. I have started to get very cranky and started to loose it with my wife and son plus things that I did love to do, not so much now.

  5. Thank you everyone for your kindness and encouragement. :) It's deeply appreciated.


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