Welcome to Webbie, Version: World Wide
Posted 1/10/10 3:28 am~
As I get my new "Home on the Web" space together, it will evolve and change quite bit. Hopefully rapidly. Don't count on it. Eventually, this spot, or something like it, will contain a daily "Witter." Yeah, I'll link to the Blog post about what a Witter is too. One day.
For now, please know that you have reached the right page if you're looking for Webwriter.
You have also reached the right page if you were looking for the former CBC. (Coffee Break Cafe) You haven't lost your mind. Big changes are afoot! Visit Support on The Home Front to find the fantastic crowd from CBC. Most of them will be waiting for you, and those you donít know are certainly worth the effort. Itís a great bunch, or I wouldnít have donated the license when all they asked for was tech help. Did I mention what a great group this has become?
Moving forward, tho, from here, I will link up my favorite news feeds from my favorite sites, my new Blog, some photos, and maybe even my business(es.) That is, unless I start writing politically again- and then, well, all bets are off. At some point, a discussion area of some kind, and even an arcade are possible.
But, it can't be a priority for awhile. I've got a lot going on and I wish I could catch you up on it all. But, limits are limits and I'm finding them. (Of course the hard way. You know me by now!)
Please trust, I AM feeling better, except for the cold, which just plain sux. The joints and bones are not the ones I had a year ago. Never mind the muscle atrophy and the fatigue.
I'm still working hard. I'm putting my house in order. I'm figuring out what I love and what I hate about the "New Normal" that is "Life After Active Cancer Treatment." (LAACT) I'm learning all the things "they" don't tell you along the way-- how to incorporate them into my life, how to fix or get around them as best I can. I'm adjusting. And life is good again sometimes.
It has been a year to forget, a year to learn from, a year to see what Trial By Fire leaves behind. I will not miss it.
But I'm glad you have been here with me through it. I'm glad I'm still here. I'm glad that there IS a LAACT. I just wish the preparation hadn't lacked quite so much...and that the SE's weren't quite so brutal... and maybe that they weren't this lasting...and, Oh hell, letís just wish for a cure while weíre at it.
As usual, I think some things should be changed.
You're shocked aren't you?
I knew you would be.
Love and Laughter and Light,