Speak Up!

You may have noticed that I have a sitemeter and a cluster map posted way down the sidebar on this blog. I find it fascinating to look at who’s been reading my blog, how they found me, and how much time they spend looking at the pages.
Whether you’re a frequent visitor or a newcomer, please do leave me a comment. I’d like to know how you found my blog and whether you’ll be back to read another day. I keep seeing visitors from far-flung places, and my insatiable curiosity wants to know more about those folks and the rest of you.

I am feeling marginally better, although the steroids are interfering with sleep. Either they give me insomnia – like tonight – or they make my heart pound inside my chest. In either case, they are helping. The rattling in my chest is largely gone. My coughing is greatly reduced. I still get hoarse and short-of-breath in the late afternoon or in the early evening, even though I have taken my medications. The bronchitis is slowly abating, but my chest still feels tight. In all, I’m better than I was a week ago but still not 100%.


5 thoughts on “Speak Up!

  1. Well, I found your blog because it’s listed in the august mums blog listings. And I’m having a lovely time reading all the blogs. I wish more mums would start one … RamblingMom recommended google reader and I’m using that now. That’s very helpful. Streamlines the process! I love catching up on everyone’s lives and learning more about all these people I have communicated with for more than 11 years!

  2. Sock Girl waving from Charlottetown (though Sitemeter seems to think I’m in Halifax most times)! You know I’ll be back!

    I’m glad you seem to be finding some relief and are improving. I hope you get a good night’s sleep soon!

  3. I’ve often wondered about the people who stop by and don’t comment, too. I usually try to comment (even when I can’t think of anything to say) so you’ll know I was here and reading.

    I’m glad to hear you’re feeling better, albeit only marginally. Marginally is better than not at all.

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