back on track

my lady and i had gone to see a specialist on thyroid. as long as we manage the condition well, having a second child is not a problem. the only problem is that this condition can be inherited. at least, it’s not a major illness. it can be controlled in several ways. one good thing came out of this condition though: my lady has slimmed down.

i’m glad to be back blogging. feel kind of rusty though. the brain hasn’t worked creatively yet. it has been busy at work almost to full-load. so it’ll take quite sometime before i could churn out another couple of masterpieces here.

have been working about 12 hours a day from Mondays to Fridays. tiring but satisfying too. not sure if this is really what i want in the long run. time spent with family, especially the little one, has been compromised somewhat during the weekdays. so really cherish my weekends now.

as for the 14-minute question, i’m still working on it.

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  1. I think there are many blessings scattered about your post, CS that surely you’ll agree? 🙂
    Missed you!
    So no more playing the disappearing man and do get to work on that poetry like yesterday… 🙂

  2. I’m glad that the specialist gave you some good news. You seem more upbeat. So meanwhile I’ll be keeping my fingers crossed for you and don’t work 12 hours a day – ick ick ick, when will you ever have time to write the poetry?

  3. So glad you are finding solutions! May you and your love go from strength to strength – what we don’t know always challenges us until we find our path over the rough ground.

  4. Yes, Susan, I’ll get to work again. Thanks for the support! 🙂

    I must agree with you, Miss V, that I’m finding it hard to write. OK, I’ll do my best not to work such long hours, so that I can write and spend time with my family. Thanks for the advice! 🙂

    Thank you so much for your encouragement, Atyllah! All’s well again for you? 😉

  5. Great to have you back, Canterbury, and very pleased about your news.


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