To absolutely no one’s surprise, I’m running on insufficient amounts of vitamin D again. I happened to ask my oncologist if he could order the blood test last time I was in. It was on my list of things to do for my primary doctor, but I’ve been kind of busy being sick.

I guess you know it’s bad because I don’t feel well enough to go to doctor appointments.

Anyway, I have reinstalled the DMinder app on my phone to help me manage my supplements and sunshine. I was doing so well a few years ago. In the summer of 2021, I was up in the 70s, but I have fallen below 30 again. It sucks because I am photosensitive. (I thought this was because of medications, but now maybe something autoimmune is complicating things too.)

My articulating arm that holds my phone while I type broke this week. I got a new one, but it’s too hard to move or I’m too weak or both, so I might update less frequently. I’ve been contorting to make this one work for me, but I think it’s part of the reason my neck and shoulders hurt so much. I’ll get the non-matchy kind again, but it’ll have to wait until next month’s SSDI.

All of that to explain why this blog might be quieter than usual.

While I’m here, might as well post some birds!

The meadowlark might not be for real. I didn’t see it, and those damn starlings and their mimicry. Dan is not really into the photography thing right now, and he’s the only one in this house that can walk without a rollator, so he’s got his hands (and feet) full right now.

To end on a happier note, that Eastern Wood Pewee is one of the cutest things I have ever seen.

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