And I'm glad that November is over, though I am dreading the true coming of winter this month, but given how last month went, just happy December has arrived.
Being Jewish and a singleton, December tends to be a depressing month for me, though I do have some family and a few friends that will try to lighten the mood. That said, there's all kinds of other stuff that December brings, so we'll see how the month goes.
Medically, I'm hoping that the month will be a quiet one, but I doubt it. I'm hoping that my two broken ribs heal sufficiently so that I don't feel too much pain and that I can muster the money and energy to go back to physiotherapy on my bad shoulder (which is hurting a lot these days due to overuse). Can't remember what appointments I have this month, to be honest, but I'm sure there are a couple here and there. Really hope there's no "visits" to the hospital this month. ::knock on wood:: As for the rest of December, I'm hoping it passes quietly, there's not a lot of snow ::knock on wood:: again, and that someone buys me a Christmas present of some sort! :)
The real trick for me in December (well, most of the winter, really) is to manage to keep warm. The arthritis that I have is one thing, but the neuropathy damage from the diabetes that I do have makes winter tough on my keeping the extremities warm.