Many Saints have made it a point to warn us that consolations are not to be expected. When they do occur be ever so grateful, but do not waste time and energy expecting them or lamenting the fact that they have passed. It is during dry, arid and even desolate times that we can grow the most spiritually.
My current “dry spell” is now approaching 20 years in length. I have not been so happy about it, have not always appreciated the difficulty of it, but I can tell you I have grown. In this time one is faced with the darker side of themselves, not just empty trials. We can discover things that are deeply ingrained in our nature that need rooted out, and it is during these barren, empty periods that they are best discovered and purged from our soul.
Take each day one at a time, even a single minute at a time. The future is nothing more than a dream and we waste a lot of time trying to make it be what we want it be when we get there. (If we get there.) The only thing we really have is the moment and it is to be given to God. Pray often, listen always, and trust God, not your feelings, dreams, ideas or even consolation.