Let me just say, this recovery thing is certainly taking longer than I’d anticipated.
In case you’re unaware, I tore every ligament in my right knee that I possibly could while playing indoor soccer the Tuesday before Thanksgiving – which is why I’ve been on hiatus for awhile. Between taking care of a 4-year-old and a 5-month-old, running my voiceover business, and trying to keep the house from looking like something worthy of a reality-TV makeover…I just had no time at all to maintain the blog.
I still have no time – but since I can at least walk a little better and finally bend my knee at an almost 90-degree angle, I’m going to see what happens!
Truth is, I don’t know what I’ll do in March, when I hope to have surgery, but we’ll cross that bridge when we get to it. For now, I’m planning on posting something new at least once per week and possibly twice per week; however, the schedule will not be the same. I used to post every Tuesday and Friday, but for now, I’ll post when my schedule allows me to. Being a parent and hubby and fully recovering from the injury are my priorities – followed closely by running my business as a voice talent. As my time opens up, hopefully I’ll be able to do more.
I’m going to have to recover quickly, actually! I have an interview with children’s poet/author David L. Harrison planned for next week, I have Poetry Friday posts I’m looking forward to, I’m in the middle of judging the CYBILS Award for Poetry along with some other fine folks, I’ll be posting an advance review of Laura Purdie Salas’ new book, Water Can Be (Millbrook) due out April 1, I’ll be taking part in Angie Karcher’s RhyPiBoMo (Rhyming Picture Book Month) celebration, AND I’ll be again teaming up with Gerald So at the The 5-2 : Crime Poetry Weekly when April rolls around for National Poetry Month. On top of all this, I hope to once again be able to compete in Ed DeCaria’s #MMPoetry Challenge 2014 at his blog, Think, Kid, Think!
A sucker for punishment, I am. ;)
In the meantime, please visit my friend and fellow writer Michelle Heidenrich Barnes’s blog, Today’s Little Ditty , as she is spotlighting a haiku by Yours Truly today! Thanks for visiting, and I hope to talk to you more in the weeks ahead.
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