Hopefully you never noticed the spam links my site has been infected with for the past couple of days. Hopefully your browser was never hijacked by the redirects and deposited in distinctly NSFW areas of the web. I’m apparently not alone in the recent hack, but reinstalling WordPress, changing the necessary passwords, and deleting malicious code from one PHP file at a time seems to have done the trick. (If you’re running WordPress yourself, you might want to check your own site; it’s not yet clear if this was a problem confined to my own host, Dreamhost.)
My website is not the only thing slowly getting better. I, too, am on the mend. I went to my doctor this morning for a follow-up, and, aside from a prescription for another chest x-ray in April and a recommendation to take it easy and rest when I need to — “people do still die of pneumonia” — I’m good to go back to work. Next week probably won’t be the least stressful time, given recent (and unexpected) changes and meetings planned all week — even sick, I had an hour-plus meeting I sat in on — but I’m at a point where I want and need to go back, and feel like I’m up to it. I mean, I’ve run out of 30 Rock episodes to watch on Netflix.
Of course, I will make sure I go to bed early on Sunday. I’ve already got Daylight Savings Time working against me.