My three-week trip to Central Illinois was nice, but difficult in ways. I enjoy spending time with friends and family, but I felt obligated to try to spend a reasonable amount of time resting, and I was stressed out by the difficulty associated with trying to get paid by the California disability department. Now that I’m back, and have been approved to go back to work later this month, I have managed to do what it takes to get the disability checks rolling, finally.
I have yet to blog many of the things I had been hoping to blog, and I still need to bring the JavaJunkee Poetry and JavaJunkee Essays pages up to date. I also need to sell my motorcycle, buy a new camera, finish transferring files from the Gateway to the Toshiba and sell the Gateway, and organize and upload my photos to my new Picasa web gallery.
My doctor told me I could drive again and that I could go back to work after the 20th as planned. My EEG showed only mild abnormalities. I should be back to normal in no time. I had a nice time driving my new car yesterday and took it in for a free wash, courtesy of Frontier Scion. Then it rained last night. And I woke up this morning with a sore throat. Ugh.