This winter has been a rough one for the Tako family. For one, the weather has been absolutely miserable here in the Pacific Northwest. As I mentioned in a previous post we only had three days without rain or snow in January!
That was rough. Imagine spending an entire month indoors (without a single day of sunshine), and you’ll understand how things went down in January.
On top of that, the whole family ended-up catching the flu this February, which made February something of a lost month when it came to blogging — my blog posting frequency definitely slowed down over the last few weeks. Sorry about that!
I’ve been feeling very under the weather. The flu was particularly rough this year (despite everyone in the family getting flu-shots) and I couldn’t force myself to the keyboard when all I wanted to do was lay in bed all day.
I’ll spare you the disgusting details, but it’s one of the worst illnesses I’ve ever had.
Three weeks later and I’m now finally on the road to recovery! I’m not back to 100% health yet, but I didn’t want to skip another post on this blog and leave everyone hanging.
In the meantime, you can read a little interview I did over at RetireBy40.org. Even if you’re a long time reader you might find this interview interesting. It covers some areas of my early “career” I haven’t previously written about: (click on the image below)
At the very least the interview should give you something to read until I’m feeling a little better. With luck, that’s going to be really soon!
And to everyone suffering from the flu (or other illness) this winter — Hang in there! Spring is just around the corner!
[Image Credit: Flickr]