I built a beautiful Starship.
I was in love with it and excited and could not wait to tell everyone about it.
I had grand plans for a fabulous online-birthday party for myself. I was going to announce a really great gift (for you!) and then spend all the next week writing about what the Starship is like on the inside.
And then I fell off the edge of my world.
I took 2 days off for my birthday (fun! yay!) and then I got ridiculously sick.
Flu-sick. Fever-sick. Can't-get-out-of-bed sick.
For over a week.
And the worst part was: I had no energy. No will.
I had NO desire to write, to help, to celebrate the Starship.
No desire to do anything.
And I'm still not back yet.
I'm still stuffy and fluffy-headed.
Still sleepy and foggy.
I still don't have my excitement back.
I know it's part of the cycle.
I remember that.
The Starship help me remembers that.
But I miss it.
I miss being excited about the Starship.
I miss feeling like myself.
I just wanted to crawl out of my nest of blankets and tell you that if you fell overboard, or if you're tired, or if you're just not excited right now: It's ok.
Give yourself a break.
Rest, drink water, take your time.
It will come back.
And when it does, I'll see you here.
PS. I am feeling well enough (and the stirrings of excitement) about our FIRST call in the Starship, Wednesday at 3pm EST.
In case you missed the excitements over the Starship, you may want to beam up before the call.