I forgot to write a post for this week. Oops.
This week has been such a whirlwind that I’m not even sure what all I did. I recall scheduling surgery for my eight year old son. He has to have two teeth extracted. Because he’s non-verbal and autistic, we’re seeing a dentist that specializes in special needs kiddos. She recommended, for his comfort and safety, that we schedule it at the Children’s Hospital where she can put him under and do the extractions, cleaning and x-rays. She also assured me that because he’d be in post-op, I’d have the help of the nurses to comfort him when he recovers. THAT is huge.
And my vacuum decided to kick the bucket on me. The bastard. Now I have to go shopping. I hate shopping. I know…a woman that hates to shop. Well, unless it’s for old fashion stationary, purple pens, and of course, BOOKS. I could spend days in a book store. Ebooks are great and all, but I still love the feel of a paper book. Much to my husband’s dismay. Every time he comes home, there’s a new stack of books waiting to be read. Continue reading
I had expected a speedy recovery after my oral surgery on March 13th given my previous rebounds from the same procedure. I should have known better. This time, the dentist decided to do some “bone therapy.” Basically, it meant opening up my gums, ‘scratching’ the bone to induce bone growth, and then stitching it back up. He did this on both sides of my jaw as well as extract 4 teeth (two upper, 2 lower) on the right side.
I can only say that I’m thankful I opted for being sedated. I slept most of that day and the next. Except for the occasional moments where I had to get up to take more pain pills until they started to make me throw up. Which led to busting open some sutures. And more bleeding. And more pain. You might say I was a little miserable. And the last thing on my mind, besides eating, was writing. Continue reading
Have you ever noticed that when you carefully plan out something, you usually end up with one of two normal results?
The first being that everything goes according to plan. Or pretty damn close. And if that was my norm, I wouldn’t be writing this post.
Instead, as par for the course, Life decided that my plans were a joke and threw in a few twists and turns to keep things interesting. Continue reading
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Please accept my invitation to join me on my journey as I finally (we won’t go into how many years it’s taken me to get to this point) start down the path towards my dream of becoming a published author of science fiction.
For those of you that enjoyed my humor stuff, never fear, I couldn’t completely give that up and will be incorporating humor into my first love (science fiction).
Along the way, I’ll share my victories and my failures. I’m hoping for more victories than anything else. But the way life is, who knows what’ll happen. I could win the lottery that I never play. Or my people might finally return to Earth to collect me.
I’ll also post snippets of stories I’m working on, so please feel free to give me your honest opinions in the comments section of each post. I would love to hear your feedback.
So, grab your towel and let’s get this party started.