I have some clutter to clear and organizing to do and while I’m working on that, something in my schedule has to give and it’s going to have to be the blog rather than my father’s care. I’ve noticed quite the correlation to keeping up with my own fitness program and being able to think better and get more done,* so I can’t cut that, either.
Until I finish this project, my plan is that I will link the stories that ordinarily I also would write about, or I will do slice-of-life posts, including reports on my heirloom tomatoes. I also will write about what I’m learning on my journey back to health.
Writing my e-book on the conservative case for gay equality is my next project, which also will take time that would otherwise go to the blog. I hope that most of my dear gentle readers will enjoy the change of pace and cheer me on and that the rest will be patient and bear with me.
I do hope to work in being able to attend the Restoring Honor rally in Washington, D.C., on Aug. 28; the 9/12 March in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 12; and HomoCon in New York City on Sept. 25. I’ll report on each event I attend. But that will depend on reader donations. I finally have the energy and mental clarity to write long projects, so I AM working on becoming financially self-sufficient without depending on donations.
*New gentle readers: I’m not a clutterer — it’s my nature to be orderly. However, hypoxia from very advanced obstructive sleep apnea damaged my brain’s executive function abilities. My organizing abilities have only started to come back in the last few months after seven years of working to regain my health since my obstructive sleep apnea was diagnosed and I began using a CPAP respirator when I sleep.