ER, Pain, and Pushing On

ER, Pain, and Pushing On

I ended up in the ER this week. The pain from my condition was more than I could treat at home with the medication my doctor prescribed. When this happens, my choice is to be in agony or go to the ER. So, I chose to go to the ER after the pain didn't resolve for around 24 hours. I try to wait at least 12 hours before I go in.

Dealing with this condition makes it very hard to produce content for this web site. I do what I can when I am able, but it does not mean it is not frustrating. I have so much I want to share, but I am held back by circumstances. I do have good weeks here and there when I can write, record, and produce content for this web site, but here lately, I've been having a lot of bad days. 

You also have to realize that after a bad day I can not just jump back into life. It takes time to recover. The recovery time depends on how bad it was, but it can be days before I can get back up here to my upstairs office. So, one bad day can take me out for several days, which is extremely frustrating.

The only thing I can do is keep pushing on. I do my best with what I have. Some weeks I only have a single day that I can use how I choose. Others, I have two or three days, and rarely, I have five or six days I can be actively working on my projects and goals.

This ministry is my main focus in life, but I do have other things I would like to accomplish such as getting my personal web site up and running so I can share my art and design work I like to do. It helps me focus better on this ministry when I take some personal time for projects here and there. I am hopeful that I will be able to share what I do with my personal time in the near future.

Thank you for your prayers, your notes of encouragement, and your patience while I struggle day in and day out to bring you something of significance as often as I am able.

Be Blessed in Yeshua, and may His Perfect Peace fill your house as we enter into His Set Apart Time.

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