If I blog about not blogging, am I an oxymoron? Doing this post just so I could use that line, not gonna lie.

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Chronic pain and illness are partially, if not wholly, responsible for the completely blank and arid condition of my brain. I recognize that this time of year is kind of a lull following the hustle and bustle of holidays. Throw in a global pandemic. There it is. So, the folks maintaining a high level of activity and achievement are the odd ones, not those of us who find ourselves wandering in a surreal world we could never have predicted, well, unless you’re a futurist.

Oxymoron or not, writing this little missive about not writing is also more than I expected. Hope this finds you however it finds you.

Published by Sara Z

Writing is one of my passions. Most blog entries are relatively short articles regarding a wide variety of topics. I'm a middle-aged wife and mother of two adult sons. I've been a teacher, counselor, medical transcriptionist, student teacher supervisor, substitute teacher and retail clerk. Staying home now due to fibromyalgia. Seeking purpose.

2 thoughts on “Unexpected

  1. Oxymoron indeed, and I’m glad you decided to write anyway, because that’s so much better than the alternative of not writing, no matter your circumstances. Wishing you all the best with your pain, and also wishing that you get the strength to conquer any pain.

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