The wind is blowing and we're expecting rain; a storm, really. Nevertheless, I am rejuvenated by the sound of the wind. When I think of pioneers who had to face this every day, it bothers me to realize that many of those pioneers were driven to complete distraction by the lonely, haunting sounds of air as it whistled and whined through the trees and past buildings and equipment. Perhaps I would feel the same, if I had not been given a choice of living in the thick of breezy activity.
Thankfully, I have been given a choice and prob'ly because of that, I can enjoy the sights, sounds and smells that capture my awareness because of because of the wind. Still, if I had to deal with it, day in and day out,, I'm not so sure that my sanity would still be questioned. No, I think the sanity issue would long ago have been settled.
That's the way life has been with tooth problems. I can handle things, just as long as I get it in small spurts or passing bites. But this ongoing pain and stress from toothache, headaches and all-over discomfort is enough to make me question my own sanity.
Once upon a time, not so many days ago, I could go to the store and appreciate all the wonderful foods. Unfortunately, things have changed and the lingering effects of tooth problems, combined with other medical issues has been a bit more than I can take, right now. With that in mind, I hope you will forgive me if my postings are scarce. I may not be adding new posts to my blog, more than once or twice a week until I can recover from all that has been happening of late.
I do hope you understand. I know that this will pass, but I'm afraid that the problems caused by so much dental work in such a short span is just more than I've been able to adjust to. I will be posting as often as I can and I do hope you will visit and comment. As I get better, I look forward to visiting each of you and doing the same. Thank you so much for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.
Until the next time, keep a hug on.