“The less routine the more life.” – Amos Bronson Alcott
I planned to be back in full blogging mode this week, but my mind is refusing to cooperate. Since my hospital stay, I haven’t managed to restore any sort of routine to my schedule. I thought for sure, by the time I posted all of Kate Gladstone’s interview (thank you, Kate, for filling in for a week), I’d be back in the full swing of things. However, not only haven’t I written a blog, I also have not added one word to my latest manuscript.
Writing, though still important to me, has not managed to work its way back to the top of my priority list.
I feel fine and have no excuses…but I’m taking another week off. Hopefully after I have my first chemo treatment (today), I’ll know what to expect and can focus my mind elsewhere.
The really good news is that I do not need radiation treatment, at least for the time being. This makes me believe that all those prayers, vibes, good thoughts and wishes you’ve sent my way are actually working. My sincere thanks to you all.
Please stop by next Monday when I hope to have something more to offer you.
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