Holy crap. It’s November.

And I haven’t written a darn thing for this blog.

Can you find it in your hearts to forgive me?

My year off is going swimmingly, though! My brothers have dubbed my activities of this year The Four Projects of the Apocalypse…and they’re all proceeding apace.

-I’ve managed to keep As in my MBA program even through midterms, though there are three papers that I really should be writing that I haven’t even looked at yet. I’m having an amazing review of statistics, though, and I’m loving it to pieces. Yes, I’m a geek.

-I’m picking patients for the sickle cell trial; there aren’t as many eligible in the clinic as we were hoping, but I’m sure we’ll get a good group. I’m excited to play with the stats of whatever group we end up with! See previous self-diagnosis of geekitude.

-My novel is at 33,000 words (not exactly where I need to be, but there’s been a lot going on!) I also have four short stories on submission and will be on a radio program this week to talk about my fiction and read a short story.

-I got a question-bank on my new fancy future-phone, and I’m finding I actually enjoy the review. Who knew?

But yeah, everything is super-busy, and everything is going well. If I get all this stuff under control eventually, I’ll start back with the blogging. In the meantime, here’s Spoon Avocado, asking for your patience and forgiveness:

Don't listen to Dr. G.  That bum just doesn't want to write anything.  Lazy.  Lazy-lazy-lazy.

Don’t listen to Dr. G. That bum just doesn’t want to write anything. Lazy. Lazy-lazy-lazy.

……..Thanks, SpAv.

Published in: on November 5, 2013 at 5:12 am  Comments (10)  

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  1. Been missing you and SpAv! The interwebs just aren’t the same without you!

  2. I love SpAv’s expression! Good to see you’re alive and doing well!

  3. So…is this blog dark now?

    • Not completely.

      At least, I hope not completely. Life is getting in the way at the moment, but I still get urges to write posts, so I imagine I’ll try to make a comeback at some point.

      Thanks for caring enough to ask!

      Dr. G

      • Glad to hear it! I keep checking back sporadically. Glad to see you’re still kicking.

  4. Glad to hear all is well! 🙂

  5. Aaaaaaaand I’m a dork for not remembering this is last year’s November post! I blame baby-brain!

  6. The prophesy’s foretell of doctor grasshopper’s return sometime in the future, when in fiction’s darkest hour, he will come and bring about knowledge that we shall use to inflict illness most foul upon our characters.

    Until that day. we pray and wait.

  7. I certainly hope you’ll make a comeback soon, Doctor Grasshopper. We of the writing community miss you, and are floundering around uselessly without guidance in the medical field.

  8. Since it’s been over 4 years since this post and 2 years since any updates have been made at all; I felt compelled to write something this time. I loved this blog, to this day it sits on my bookmarks bar on chrome and every so often I’ll click it to see if maybe there’s something new. I know life can get in the way, I myself have just dropped off the face of the planet from projects on the internet with no warning or update for years, so I am not judging you. Just thought I’d put something out there to let you know you would still have at least one reader should you ever choose and/or have the time to come back to this.

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