[cancer|personal] Slowly coming back

That was easily the most brutal medical experience of my life. This I say from a life well populated with brutal medical experiences these past six years.

I’m so physically deconditioned from three weeks in bed and some deeply weird medications that just walking around feels like I’m wearing a lead suit. My thoughts are still slow and single focused and erratic, hence the lack of blogging. But I am back, and I am working my way up.

Hopefully this blog will resume its normal schedule sometime in the next few days. I’ll try to blog retroactively about my experiences on the study protocol, though frankly some of them are already lost to medication haze.

At any rate, it’s me, and I am here once more.

Jay

20 thoughts on “[cancer|personal] Slowly coming back

  1. homa_bird says:

    So very, very, very glad you are back!

  2. Russ says:

    Welcome back!

    Not much has changed while you slept. We all now have NSA-implanted tracking chips in our brains, Putin’s troops have occupied all of Europe, and there was a sexbot revolution in our Martian colony.

  3. --E says:

    Glad to see your pixels! May the lead suit drop off soon.

  4. Lianne says:

    Yay! Glad to ‘see’ you back.

  5. Diane Asyre says:

    Greetings earth man, good to hear from you.

  6. Welcome back.

    And thanks to Lisa for keeping your vast following in the loop. Been thinking of you.

  7. Ovasi says:

    Thank you for coming back.

  8. Mg Ellington says:

    I am so glad you are back.

  9. Stacia says:

    Glad to see you back! And big thanks to Lisa for keeping us in the loop while you recuperated!

  10. Terry says:

    Yay! Good to see your…um…words onscreen again. Thx to Lisa, for sure! and you take it as easy as you can. Know we’re here rooting for you.

  11. Welcome back. You were missed.

  12. Sarah says:

    Very glad to see you back (unlurking to say so). Thanks very much to Lisa for keeping up in the loop and to you for sharing your life with us.

  13. Welcome back. I hope that this works as well as it can possibly be hoped.

  14. Jeff P says:

    Can’t wait to hear you’ve literally got the lead out. 🙂 It’s good to have you back.

  15. Megaera says:

    So glad to see this post. I *really* missed my daily dose of Jay.

  16. Stevie says:

    Great to hear that; all good wishes from Guatemala!

  17. Jaya says:

    Go-o-o-o You!
    (Cheerleaders and sparkly pom-poms, even)

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