My foot is pretty hammered, plantar fasciatus and tendonitis. I'll be on crutches for 3 weeks minimum, possibly longer.
- Pros: As much as it sucks, this is a goddam wakeup call. I at least hurt somewhat all the time, but I am starting to suffer far too often. I hope like hell I can take this as the wake-up call needed.
- Cons: Jayzuz H. Bejeebers, I have so much to do, and while I am perfectly capable of wasting time when I have it, forced inactivity makes me insane.
Work is allowing me to work with crutches and a kneewalker (coming Monday - PREPARE...JOKES!)
- Pros: Need to work, need the money.
- Need to leave the house every so often - if I start to blog about the merits of Gordon Ramsey, shoot me a lot.
- Cons: We have a very large facility, several buildings, mostly one floor, yeah, but still a big area.
- Crutches suck and hurt, my poor tenderized foot hurts.
- I have to learn to sit patiently and stuff, and rely on my paduan to be my eyeballs. I am nervous by nature, and in a critical power facility, I prefer my eyeballs.
Big News Item:
I am expecting feelers from the BBC any day now.
- Pros: I will be many firsts, the first American Doctor, the first vaguely round Doctor. I'll be the first Doctor since Nine to have a watch jacket. The first Doctor to be wild about curry vindaloo.
- I already have a Tom Baker scarf and a sonic toothbrush.
- Cons: BBC best either put the new series on the BBleepometer or move it to after the watershed - I can be a bit fucking salty.
I certainly like Eleven's universe, River Song, Craig, I liked Pond a lot but LOVED Rory, the TARDIS being alive in a particular form, and I hate to see him go, but it gives me something to strive for, to match and surpass.