Between class, work, health concerns, the cleaning I’m supposed to be doing, and researching for April A-to-Z, I really don’t have time right now to research and write the weekly myths. (Yes, part of what’s interfering with one of my blog’s features is a different blog feature. I realize that’s insane. But that’s the second smallest part, with the cleaning being the absolute smallest, in that I tend to put that off entirely.)
The myths will return either in May or, um, later in May. Rather, they’ll either come back as soon as April is over, or they’ll come back mid-May, when classes are over. It depends how stressed I turn out to be in working on my final paper.
Also on how my medical issues turn out. I’ll post again about this next week — probably several times — but I’m having a spinal tap done a week from today, because my neurologist wants to test me for MS.
This is terrifying in all sorts of ways, especially given what I was told about the recovery process. But I’ll post more about that next week. (Most likely, I’ll write it in a panic on Wednesday night, and schedule it to go up on Thursday morning.)
Anyway, I do apologize to anyone who has been looking forward to those myths every week (if there are any such people), but they are coming back after the pressure is off. (I am determined, at this point, to write up all the major myths (and most of the minor ones) so I can collect them in a (self-published) book.)
I have a post planned that’s actually interesting (hopefully interesting?) and relevant to my usual topic, btw. I just haven’t actually started writing it yet. Hopefully, I’ll be able to get it written and posted tomorrow or the next day.