“You gotta learn to love when you’re failing.… The embracing of that, the discomfort of failing in front of an audience, leads you to penetrate through the fear that blinds you.”
– Stephen Colbert, from the GQ interview http://www.gq.com/story/stephen-colbert-gq-cover-story
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After working through most of the aftermath of my parents’ medical misadventures in August, I had the foolish idea that I could make plans for the fall. The problem wasn’t making the plans as much as executing them…
In the rule of things happening in sets of three, the third member of our family’s elder generation has had medical issues which have necessitated major time commitments and the further jettisoning of things from my already pared down but still lengthy to-do list.
I had signed up for Blogging 101, reasoning that, even though I have been blogging for a year, I still struggle with some of the mechanics of blogging and could use some help. While I managed to do a few assignments the first couple of weeks, I haven’t had time to even look at the site since then, so Blog Fail #1.
Yesterday, I read the email and pingbacks that Some Kernels of Truth had nominated me for the “One Lovely Blog” Award with a touching paragraph about Top of JC’s Mind. I am so honored and humbled, but I know that I can’t do justice to fulfilling the requirements of acceptance. Blog Fail #2.
While a large part of these failures is lack of time, the larger problem is lack of brain power. Even when I can get online time, my mind is running through medical information and planning practicalities for the coming days.
I would urge you to click on the links above and check out the truly lovely Some Kernels of Truth and all of the listed links. It will be at least partial redemption of Blog Fail #2.