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Time won't let me go...

I'm shocked, amazed, and a bit appalled, actually, that it's February already. I'm simultaneously relieved that it's finally February, because January was forever long!  Seriously.  F-o-r-e-v-e-r.  This month has gone by surprisingly quickly thus far. I have mixed feelings about that...though contradictory feelings and impressions seem to be par for the course here. I don't want to wish my life away, but I'm really looking forward to longer days. I can see a bit of difference - a little more light, a little less darkness. It's just been an uncommonly bleak winter. But spring will be all the sweeter for it and it does create a greater sense of anticipation, I suppose. Hope is more dear in the darkest times. And now I'm just being dramatic... :-P

Stay warm, y'all!  Only 38 days 'til Spring!

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mrasaki
Feb. 10th, 2014 07:05 am (UTC)
Spring!!

Yeah, January really felt too long. Maybe it's the cold and dreariness. Of course, you spent quite a bit of it ill...
antesqueluz
Feb. 16th, 2014 04:22 am (UTC)
Yeah, winter does seem so long. I think it's the darkness. I'm looking forward to daylight savings time! Hope you are doing well!
writer_klmeri
Feb. 10th, 2014 01:50 pm (UTC)
I hope your recovery has been a smooth one.
antesqueluz
Feb. 16th, 2014 04:19 am (UTC)
I feel much, much better. Thanks, dear!
angus_honey
Feb. 10th, 2014 07:06 pm (UTC)
I know what you mean...time seems to go so fast and yet we're still stuck in winter mode...not so happy about having to wait 38 days though!

Apropos those pesky gall stones...I was an emergency admission last Monday at 3am! Discharged after pain medication but not before I was added to the waiting list for gall bladder removal! And..remember my one kidney? Well I have a mass on my one adrenal gland and am awaiting further tests! (The doc seemed impressed that I actually knew about my adrenal gland...but then as I said I watched every single episode of House and I knew it wasn't Lupus! It wouldn't have been discovered if I hadn't had the gall stones... Hey ho...
antesqueluz
Feb. 16th, 2014 04:19 am (UTC)
Wow! It's one thing after another, isn't it? I'm glad you're getting your gallbladder out. Believe me, it's a relief to have it gone and be done with it. I hope your test all come out good. It's pretty common to find random masses in the adrenals - these are called incidentalomas since they are found incidentally when scanning folks for other issues. Usually they're no big deal, but better safe than sorry. Take good care, dear!
angus_honey
Feb. 16th, 2014 10:58 pm (UTC)
Lol...I'm now quoting you! I have an incidentaloma...still waiting for the next steps so that fits perfectly!
f_m_r_l
Mar. 3rd, 2014 12:50 am (UTC)
I'm glad you're healing well and that you can see signs of spring.
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