I've certainly neglected this blog for my political blog MisLeading Wisconsin (http://www.misleadingwisconsin.blogspot.com/ ). And it's been very exciting, to be honest. I've interviewed Sen. Erpenbach (one of the Wisconsin Democratic 14 that left the state to deny a quorum), I've gotten an e-mail from former Governor Jim Doyle saying he'd check out my site, and I've been in contact with national editorial cartoonists, obtaining their permission to run their cartoons on my "Laugh About It" page. And I've gotten some comments from visitors (not a lot yet, though), and most importantly, I've gotten a chance to research and write about topics that are vital for this wonderful state's future. If you can visit, please do.
I also said I'd use this as a health chronicle. Even though the neurologist said that no news is good news, and all my tests say I'm healthy, I still have had the general numbess in my limbs.
Today, it's getting worse again. My left arm feels like dead weight (especially the bicep area), and the tops of my feet and the back of my thighs have severely lost feeling. It certainly feels like it did before the last episode that made the neurologist think MS (the MRI showed absolutely NO markers for it, thank goodness). To be honest, I don't recall the backs of the thighs going out before, so I'll see how I'm doing tomorrow.
But, the good news is, if history is any predictor, the feeling will come back to where it was. I'll just have to wait and see what happens.
And keep writing MisLeading Wisconsin, of course.