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Diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in April of 1980. I recognize the incredible mental struggle of living with diabetes. I hope to share my struggles, my successes, and everything in between.

Sunday, August 27, 2006

Trying to Force It...

I know that it has been a while since I last posted. And I do feel some obligation to get something new out there - self imposed, I know, but I still feel it.

I sat down tonight to try to put something together, and it's just not flowing. I have not felt like writing for a while, and my attempt to force something together was turning out just plain bad.

Until the feeling returns, which I hope is soon, I thought I'd at least let everyone know what is going on.

I'd rather take a little break than to post some crap that really isn't worth reading. I trust that it won't be long, as the feelings to write can strike me faster than a low blood sugar.

When that happens, I promise to capture the moment as best I can.


Blogger George said...

Dude, I will be ready to read when you are ready to write! No worries. At least you are thoughtful enough to let us know.

Take it easy man.

9:41 PM  
Anonymous Chrissie in Belgium said...

Let me just repeat that I always love your posts and you are so kind to tell us why you are not writing for awhile. BUT, if you are like me I know that when I am depressed and I think my depression is caused by stupid stuff I just zip my mouth. Why should one spread the glum feelings around? IF that is the case with you, then please do write something because it may help you get out of the darkness. Or send me an email! IF you are still in the dumps from before and IF I could maybe help, I really want to help. You know we are all in this yucky sickness together. It is good knowing one is not alone!

12:07 AM  
Blogger Jane said...

Blogger dysfunction happens to us all. It affects men and women alike. There should be no shame attached to this usually temporary affliction. Unfortunately, at this time there is no magic pill and no "cure" that works for everyone.
Remember that what seems to you like a "crap" post someone else may find enlightening, inspiring or just plain entertaining.
I miss your posts and will be waiting for when you are ready to post again.

7:46 AM  
Blogger Scott K. Johnson said...

Thanks everyone!

I also just remembered that I've only been back on my "brain meds" for a couple of weeks - I think they say it takes 4-6 weeks for them to work to their full potential.

I'm feeling generally pretty good, but probably not back at 100% yet.

8:54 AM  
Blogger art-sweet said...

Thinking of you Scott, and hoping those brain meds kick in soon...

This stuff bites. Be kind to yourself.

11:12 AM  
Blogger Minnesota Nice said...

If it ain't there, it ain't there.

Take a nice long drive along the river and look at the fall colors. Better days will come.

Cool updated pic.

Take care,

4:13 PM  
Blogger Johnboy said...

If you're patient, it will come. Don't force it!

Peace to you, Scott


6:43 AM  
Blogger Heidi said...

Generally your posts are worth waiting for, Scott, so just take your time!

8:28 AM  
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