Well it’s hard to believe that its been a whole month! At times I thought this month would never end. Looking back, I can’t believe how quickly the month passed. My personal blog has had some interesting looking up topics. During this month I have blogged about: my hair (or lack of it), looking for an endocrinologist, vegetarian and vegan diets, running number one son around for two proms, my mood swings, baby names, nuclear power, my old friends, some new friends, and other randomness.

My personal life has also been busy but mostly revolves around two things: my health and my kids. Mostly avoiding the impending thought that number one son will be graduating from high school in June. Which, according to my doggie calendar, is tomorrow. To be sure, he doesn’t graduate tomorrow, but June 18th will be here in a blip. Then we go on vacation (oh yeah, I didn’t mention that, did i?) and then he’ll turn 18 and then he’ll be gone.

My professional life is on hold. I still can’t look for full time work because I still can’t count on my memory to be available when I need it. The good news is that I am at least starting to read again. I’ve read a lot of self help books this month (really the only non fiction that I like). I picked up two new Thyroid books today that I’m looking forward to reading. Also my new website will launch next month, which is something else to keep my mind occupied from thinking about they boy’s graduation.

I challenged myself this month by participating in National Blog Posting Month. I didn’t think I could do it. I was inspired by Gadgerson’s My Comfy Escape. I figured she did it, why couldn’t I? And guess what? I could do it! I learned that I could post every day even when I didn’t want to or didn’t think I had anything to say. I’ve learned something about myself: I DO has a voice! I look forward to honing my voice more. I’ve also met some wonderfully interesting friends during this month!

Will I do NaBloPoMo again? Prolly. When? Not sure. Maybe come September when the Boy goes away to college. I’ll need someone to cry with then.

June? Bring it.

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