Dying Man’s Daily Journal – Great Weekend

I was out of town for a few days, had a really great weekend. I am told all this heart stuff I have going on weakens your immune system and I seem to have another dose of the flu. Nothing serious, just not feeling so spry and spending more time than normal in the bathroom. I suppose a positive side of having the flu is you know it will be gone in a day or two and you will feel fine.

Is it strange how we all seem to get wrapped up in the current issues of our life. It wasn’t all that terribly long ago that when I had something such as the flu. I seemed to loose all though of anything else and went totally into the poor me. Granted having the flu is not nice or enjoyable, in fact it just sucks and you feel terrible. But with it we have the consolation of knowing in a day or two we will feel better. I wonder if it would be a further and even possibly a bigger consolation if we stopped to think: “OK, I feel like crap today, but I will be better, likely by tomorrow, there are those out there that feel this way all the time, because of one illness or another.” I know this works for me, it doesn’t make be necessarily feel physically any better. It does though seem to give me a bit of a mental boost, I suppose. Now I did say a “bit” of a boost, thinking there are those that have it so much worse than I. Yeah, I know when you are in the midst of feeling like this it is hard to feel grateful for anything.

I have a second big post that I hope to have up this afternoon. I am struggling with wording but I will get there.

Tech advice from any of my blogging friends, please. When I first set up my blog, it required an email address. At that time my own email was through hotmail and at that time anyway, this site would not recognize a hotmail address. Maybe that has changed don’t know. For the sake of simplicity I used Vi’s email address back at the time. I have long since change my own email to a different site. Here on wordpress I have changed every where I can find to show my email. But still if I contact anyone here directly through the blog, it still shows the email as coming from Vi’s address. Any ideas or suggestions on how I can change this.

6 Responses to Dying Man’s Daily Journal – Great Weekend

  1. jewwishes says:

    To change email: Go to the dashboard…then go to “users” on the upper right side, next to the word “settings”. Open your username…then scroll down to “contact information” and you will see email underneath it. Change your email.

    WordPress will probably send you a standard email acknowledgment that you changed it, and I don’t think you have to reply to that. It is their way of checking that it was you who changed the address.

  2. Grace says:

    Hope the last of that flu bug is gone SOON, Bill!

  3. venus00 says:

    How do you keep such a great attitude? I’m so sorry you have the flu. I hope you’re better soon!

  4. Jo Hart says:

    Hi Bill, Hope you are feeling better soon.
    Glad you had a great time away though.
    Thoughts & Prayers to you all.

  5. Jo Hart says:

    Bill – Just a quick note, that kristy4u message, looks like spam? I apologize if not, but we had something similuar and they want your email, they then go through and completely destroy your C drive etc? They try to get you in, with something very important to tell you.
    Again I apologize if genuine, but just be carefull.

  6. venus00 says:

    Hi again Bill. I can’t find your email address(I am also not very tech savvy) but I wanted to let you know that even though I’m not online much anymore, your blog helped make a profound difference in my life. I wrote about it a couple of days ago in one of my blogs and I just wanted to let you know. http://venus44.wordpress.com/ I hope you are feeling better friend. You are in my prayers.

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