I have had right ankle problems since April and have been working with a podiatrist to find a pair of shoes that will cushion my feet more. I already have custom orthotics and will need a new pair made. But I have been walking twice daily even with the right ankle pain. During my recent trip, I cut my walking in half and the pain went away. Unfortunately that level of walking = sedentary and I cannot maintain my current weight (nor my overall cardio health). A stationary or recumbent bike would be a good choice except I'd have to use low resistance and it hurts my back. To match the daily walks I would have to spend three hours a day on the bike. So I resumed my twice daily walks and now...
...now my left ankle is swollen and hurting and I cannot wriggle a few of my toes. Another visit to the foot surgeon surgeon next month. Last time he only took xrays and told me to start physical therapy for the right foot. I am still looking for a physical therapist who can handle EDS patients. So I am back to the walking very little and am finding that the increased sitting is making my back flare up. Jack in the boxes and whack a moles seems to be my thing nowawdays.
In short, I will continue to be preoccupied by health and may be distracted, extra cranky and may ignore you.
On another note: The only Star Trek series I did not watch from start to finish was Voyager so I have started that on Netflix.