EDIT: 01/11 Sick week... I've been quite sick for a week now, with fever, joint pain, rash and lots of swelling (eyes, ears, hands, feet...). Quite a week. Feel a lot better now thou I still have a few doctor appointments to confirm what kind of virus I caught.
Sorry for the unproductive week, I'll try and catch up ASAP!.
EDIT 24/10: No especific news yet, they found an anomaly but not the especific anomaly they were looking for, and it's condition can't be identified without further research. Now my wife and I are under the microscope, literally.
One good thing came out from this, I feel my wife and I have come closer to accept peacefully whatever comes to happen, so all in all I think we came back with our hearts a bit relieved and we'll just keep living with the life we've been given and care for it and enjoy it as much as we can.
PS: You'll find this is a strange place for me to post this kind of news, and it is. I do it because this is kind of my private corner. None of my close family or friends (the local Mexican friends, that is) come in here, so I get to vent the stuff I rather keep private. So it kind of stays private in here.
Thanks you for your kind thoughts and comments, now back to the drawing boaed!
This coming Friday the 23 we have a hospital appointment regarding our boy’s genetic condition that may change the rest of our lives… It’s been an 18 month uncertain struggle and it may be just starting… It’s a quite nerve wracking and stomach churning situation that has seriously reflected on my ability to trurn artwork jobs in.
Prayers are uttered, fingers are crossed…If the news are favorable, then we'll be able to dream of a "normal" life. Our boy still has a surgery to follow and he may never be 100% ok, but not having the genetic condition sure beats any other of his current health issues.
If the news are unfavorable, well...
In any of these cases my life as an illustrator will intensify right away, either by an enlightenment of heart or by a notion of impending necessity.
Talk to you soon