Rescheduling “Cake History Month” for January 2018

I’m not sure exactly when I got sick but it’s been about a month now that I’ve been too ill to do much more than sleep, cough, and cry about how tired I am. I ended up with two different colds, actually: I had one that dragged on for about 3 weeks and sapped my energy but I wasn’t congested, and then just as that was done, I managed to get a chest cold my person brought home from work. (I know that was a separate thing because the symptoms were different, and because all three of us–child included–came down with it, one day after each other, all in a row.) Today was the first day in that long time that I feel a little better, like I might not die after all.

Being sick for a month messes up a lot of plans. I haven’t worked at all (I posted a note on my editing Twitter that I was closed for business, haven’t taken on any new clients) or written much or even read any books. I watched a little TV, though not a month’s worth. Mostly, I slept a lot, or laid on the loveseat being uncomfortable but unable to do anything about it.

I took the bus to buy groceries today and managed to get home with Thanksgiving supplies without dying in the parking lot of a big box store, so I’m putting my foot down and deciding: that’s it, that’s the moment where I start to get better, because damn was I sick for a long time, and I’ve got so much to catch up on.

It’ll probably take a few days to get all the way back to productive, and my son’s still sick at home, but I’m hopeful.

Meanwhile, I have rescheduled “Cake History Month” for January 2018, which is just 6 weeks or so away. It was my intention to do a post a day and be available for conversation about the history, the recipes, but I was too sick to stay on top of the schedule. Rather than post a bunch all at once, I’ll just shuffle the dates and we’ll do it properly.

I’ve taken the ones already posted back off the website. (They’re not gone, just unpublished, so you’ll see them again.) I’ll use the extra time to do a few more of the recipes I couldn’t test myself, and if there’s anything new I learn, I’ll update the posts.

Thank you for your patience.

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