Until Further Notice

After unplugging from the internet for the past year, I’ve decided to keep riding that train. I will continue to post photos and video clips on Twitter, but that’s about it for now. Here are the details…

I got bonked on the head near the end of 2016. I’m just now beginning to feel like a normal human again, capable of doing normal human things. I can take my dog for a walk. I can watch TV. I can eat a peanut butter and jam sandwich whenever I feel like it. Things are looking up. Things are looking so up, in fact, that I don’t want to mess with a good thing.

Ask anyone who’s had a serious concussion injury: Even when things are looking good, or especially when things are looking good, you have take it slow. It’s not much fun being forced to take it slow, month after month after month, but then you realise it’s not such a bad place to be. Walking, not running, listening, not talking, if you pick up my existential drift.

After a year of taking it slow and unplugging myself from all things that have a plug, you’d think I’d be ready to get on with things. But low profile mode is working so well for me, I’m going to stick with it a while longer. That means no blog posts any time soon, no beekeeping videos, not much of anything online except for my Twitter account. I won’t be joining any beekeeping groups or participating in any kind of workshops either. I do appreciate the conversations on the Backyard Farming & Homesteading NL Facebook page, but otherwise, I’m out. Not out for good, but until further notice.

Thank you to everyone who helped me out over the past year. I’ll see you later.


January 8th, 2018

10 thoughts on “Until Further Notice

  1. Take your time Phillip. We’ll be here when you’re back. Continue the recovery but don’t eat toooo many PB&Js.

  2. So glad to hear from you and that you’re doing better. Yes, we’ll be here when you’re ready. Have to go have a peanut butter and honey sandwich now. ;-}

  3. Good to hear that you will eventually be sending out your informative posts again. Take care.

  4. Glad to hear you are feeling better and not going to push yourself. Better to be safe than sorry! Look forward to when you do come back!

  5. Absolutely, take the time to mend. Like a fine wine, it always tastes better aged….so take as much time as you need. Cheers!

  6. Glad you are feeling better, but as others have said here, take your time to mend. A wise person once said to me, TTT – things take time. Sending healing mantras to you.

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