Last Saturday, working through stasis with Tigger, I wrote about how our energy levels were hitting the wall. Well, I literally did hit the wall later in the weekend by walking into it late in the evening. This is now the second time in my life that I have broken a toe doing that.
I found out the first time I did it that there is a name for it, Night Walker’s Fracture.It happens a lot when people are really tired and not paying attention or get up at night and don’t bother with glasses or lights. There you are banging your toes against the wall / furniture or catching them like I did on a corner and you stub one or more hard enough to cause a break.
Thank heavens for warm Georgia weather, flip-flops and ice! Thankfully Tigger and I are both on the road to recovery now.
Well, I was intending to write about our Rabbittude Posse. I will have to try that again another time since the universe has signaled that I wasn’t meant to post that one right now. The intended blog piece was completely finished. I was reading it in the preview window, looking for any final edits still needed. Something burped or hiccupped on WordPress and I was returned to the edit screen where only the final sentence of my blog remained. I tried, but could not recover the rest. What the ???
WordPress ate my blog!
LOL, this is Internet burp / hiccup learning lesson #288 (16 years x 12 months x approximately 1.5 occurrences per month). So, if I want to successfully blog twice a day for the next few months, I should be doing my initial draft off the Internet cloud. Then I will have a starting copy to return to if one of those frustrating burps or hiccups hit again when I am flying along full speed.
Note to self, always always always have another copy saved someplace else. I figure if I write this down in a very public way, perhaps I will save myself from lesson #289.