Keep calm and carry on- I will return to blogging soon.
There’s something more than a little ironic about having tennis elbow when you don’t even play tennis.
For a while it’s been quite bothersome to sit,write and research for any extended amount of time, as my left elbow and forearm developed carpal tunnel like symptoms.It comes and goes,but after spending an inordinate amount of time over the past months researching several Ministry of Transportation stories that are related,it’s clear a break was needed from sitting at this desk if it’s going to get better.
This has reduced the postings here significantly, limiting my online activity to my weekly column for 24Hrs Vancouver and social media interactions on facebook and twitter done with my phone. Rest, followed by a change in how I sit and type at my desk should remedy this-it’s nothing terribly serious,just terribly irritating when I have things piling up here to write about!
The Ministry of Transportation stories are longer features and I think you’ll find them interesting, in particular as we get closer to any more discussion on the Massey Bridge.
While this sector has been under examination in other provinces, British Columbia has still largely escaped intense scrutiny, and that’s a shame. Sometimes the most important stories, are the ones that have yet to be told.
Be well, spend some time reading the Best Of page and I’ll be back soon.