Mine's 98 after posting a hub earlier which bumped it up from 97. As Thranax said it's an outdated system that in my opinion is broken beyond belief; mine never drops below 95 even if I take long periods of time off writing for HubPages, and my hubs usually have relatively low traffic.
Judging by what little you've posted in recent times (apparently your last Featured hub was 7 weeks ago), it's no wonder your score is low. You need to actively post on other people's hubs, contribute to forums and questions as well as publish new articles to keep your score up. Maintaining a high score is easy in my experience as I don't post consistently yet comment, follow and answer questions here on the site. If you've done anything in those ten days you've had the same score, it will naturally drop.
It's nothing to worry about really and no-one outside of HubPages cares for your Hubberscore. Heck, even in the community very few people just by Hubberscore. It's a nice idea for the site, but when it hasn't been attended to for a few years it might as well not exist.