That was an intense two weeks.
I got back from Singapore two weeks ago, and although my trip was fantastic and I loved it, I got a very very nasty case of the flu immediately upon returning, and it put me down for the next two weeks. I feel bad for the time I lost, and I feel bad I was unable to enjoy sharing my experience with everybody at the time. By now STGCC may seem like old news if ever I decide to talk about it. But to me it almost seems like yesterday. But it wasn’t yesterday. It was two weeks ago, and those two weeks were a really bad time for me. In fact, I’m still recovering right now and my cough hasn’t really gone away.
I’ve not visited Facebook and Twitter or even answered emails too much. There really wasn’t much anything to say that wouldn’t sound miserable. I’ve also cancelled two appearances that was supposed to happen today, Saturday, and tomorrow, Sunday. But it can’t be helped. I would just be pretty useless as I’ll be just coughing all over the place.
What kind of stressed me out was being unable to work. I tried desperately to work on pages earlier on, and I just had to stop every few minutes so I can lie down. I was just too dizzy. But nevertheless, I was able to produce a couple of pages that looks as good as something I’ve done when I’m in tip top shape. I’m kind of proud of that. But it felt so horrible while I was doing it. I most likely won’t ever sell those pages because they’ve now indelibly become part of my memories. They’re some of the most valuable pages I have. Valuable only to me.
I think I’m about ready to start work again. I have around 6 days to finish this issue, which really won’t be a problem.
And when I’m done with the issue, I’ll probably start becoming active on Facebook and Twitter again. And I’ll probably post photos of my Singapore trip here.
It’s nice to be feeling better again.