Just a short note to apologize for and explain my recent absence from this blog.
My dear wife Hilda experienced a stroke earlier this spring. She is slowly recovering and we hope for the best. Her main challenge is aphasia effecting her speech. As you know, this is a frequent challenge after a stroke and one that we are working through.
Meanwhile, I have not been doing any blogging, or much of anything else really, as Hilda’s health is goal number one. I am still poking around with automated Morse Code translation a little bit, and making progress. When I resume blogging, I will write about that in detail. Hopefully, during May,
Health and family are very precious things. Think of us in your prayers.
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Making It Up is one year old tomorrow.