My health is a bit dodgy. I thought I was just worn out from my husband's surgery last fall and taking care of him since he came home. (the good news there is that he's improving and can do more and more for himself and around the house)
But I spent 3 days in the hospital last week unexpectedly, while the docs did a series of tests. The upshot is that I have cardiomyopathy... the least worrisome form, fortunately, and the cardiologist thinks I can heal from it completely.
I guess I'm a little worried because I don't have any spare energy to devote to career management right now. I can only hope that my company does OK and I can keep up with my duties, until I heal up.
I know how frustrating it is to have a direct who's sick all the time, I hope my boss doesn't start feeling that way about me! It's OK as long as I don't milk it, right?
I don't mean to whine (or whinge, for those of you who speak a different English than I do). I suppose this is probably the bottom... recovering from the angiogram, adjusting to new meds, back to work but nodding off at the computer.
In the back of my mind I think about my career management document which I have yet to revise to MT format... for a while there I slacked off on listening to MT, I couldn't deal with more actionables to add to my plate.
Seriously... what happens to managers who are semi-ill?