As some of you already know, I’ve been having some health issues, and they’re getting more rather than less complicated.
Last time I was sick, Gary Emmett suggested that I set up a listserv, which allowed me to keep friends up to date without explaining the same set of symptoms over and over, and also turned out to be a very useful journalling exercise. But I got the sense that some recipients found the barrage of clinical detail oppressive.
So this time I’m going to use a “pull” approach rather than a “push” approach.
I’ve put a Word file on a system called BOX.
I’ll update the file when there’s news, and you can check in as often as you’re curious. (If you prefer to be alerted every time there’s an update, let me know.)
I don’t want to make this public, but I’m not keeping it a secret either; if you know someone you think would like to be kept up to date, feel free to share the link.
In the meantime, I’m feeling perfectly well, productive at work, and well taken care of. Happy to talk if you’re in the mood to talk; right now I don’t need anything I don’t have.