Good and bad news - they've worked out that my husband's chest pain is not his heart, but his lungs. He has a large area on his CT scan of his lung which shouldn't be there - and they have to wait three months to see if it changes. The good news is that if it were cancer it would have shown up in his blood. Apparently he has emphasema (I have no idea how to spell that and I'm feeling too lazy to look it up!). He says he will give up smoking, but I would be a millionaire if I had a dollar for every time I've heard that from him!
Multi-tasking was never my forte, but here I am, sat here doing a number of things at once...biting my nails, one eye on yet another repeat show on the muted television, waiting for a movie about a haunted house to download so that I can watch it later.
Actually, watching this movie tonight is probably a bad idea - I will be all alone tonight. My husband had a small heart attack last night and is in hospital for a couple of days. His chest xray showed something 'blurry' on his lungs which shouldn't be there. Hence me sitting here, nervously biting my nails and trying to distract myself. His heart can be 'fixed', but I worry about the spot on his lungs because he is a heavy smoker.
So, back to multi-tasking...I thought I may as well christen my new blog here. I actually have a blog I've been writing for a while in which I waffle on about anything that takes my fancy (called www.wafflelogue.com - gettit?!! Haha ) I don't write nearly enough - only when it takes my fancy. I've come to the conclusion though that writing gets way easier if you do it regularly; it seems regular practise 'lubricates' my brain, or my creativity or whatever you'd like to call it, and the words flow much better.
So this is what this blog is for. I am a terrible procrastinator, and perhaps I should have used the username 'Gonna', because I'm a 'gonna' person..."I'm gonna do this, I'm gonna do that", only I never really get around to it. So, hopefully with this blog, I can get my writer's brain fully oiled and tuned and working like the productive, creative lump of grey matter I wish it to be
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