I’ve sat at this screen a few times a day since I went to the hospital Wednesday. I have so many things I want to write about – my vision for the feed store, the ideas I have brewing, the excitement I feel.
I want to write about the people, the questions, the encounters. I want to write a beautiful word picture of the way God so thoughtfully knit this journey together and how we ended up here….and how thankful I am.
Yet, it seems every time I sit down to start writing, my brain goes haywire. It jumps all over the place, and I can’t seem to follow one train of thought long enough to compile something to share. So I have draft after draft of started posts, but I haven’t completed them.
While I try not to make excuses, I have to admit, the medicine I’m still taking as I recover from my asthma flare is really playing a big part in my scatter brain. I am easily agitated, and lose focus quickly. I don’t feel like myself, and I don’t like it. I feel awful for my family because I know they feel, see, and experience the worst of my grouchiness. My sweet husband has been a calm, steady force. My kids have been more than gracious.
I am finally to the stage of lowering the medicine dose and usually it only takes a few days after I stop taking it to really feel like myself again. So, I’m going to keep this post short and sweet tonight, and just simply say, I have many things to say, and I will be here, sharing my heart and my thoughts in the coming days, as I can pull my thoughts together again and form comprehensible posts.
Until next time…