(Looking through 2017 summer sketchbook/journal)

Just a quick note to my faithful blog readers: I wanted to explain this lengthy hiatus since my last blog post. I had surgery to remove a squamous cell from the crown of my head, and I’m still in recovery. The fortunate news is that they got it all and the trouble is over. But I have a lot of stitches on my head, and I’m continually taking Tylenol for pain and feeling rather fatigued. Before the surgery, I hit upon an idea that excited me greatly, and spent considerable time writing out the idea. But then I went under the knife, and I still don’t feel ready to publish what I wrote. As for today, my intention is to read, write, think, and above all, relax.

I will always feel grateful for my readership, and just wanted to leave you this brief note to explain the lapse in blogging.

Until next time then . . .


6 Responses to “Recovery”

  1. Patricia Esguerra Galan Says:

    I’m sorry to hear of your trouble! I had surgery two months ago and it was not fun. Wishing you a speedy recovery.



  2. Gato Says:

    Sorry about your trouble, but glad to hear you’re on the mend.


  3. Janice C. Johnson Says:

    I’ve been away from the blog world for a few days. So glad the danger is past! Do take it easy.


  4. Deepesh Says:

    Dear David, I hope you recover soon. Squamous cell is certainly anxiety inducing. It’s nice to hear you are recovering. I like your paintings and reading your blog so much.


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