Wish there were something interesting about publishing to post here, but for the last two weeks I’ve been either writing (that whole 4-10 AM thing) or dealing with my plague-stricken family, pretty much around the clock. A few weeks ago, Pete had the flu and then I had the flu. Then the kids got runny noses. Then it went away. (Or so we thought.) But a week ago Pete started coughing again, and he’s been down with a high fever all week. Apparently, you CAN get the flu twice if it’s a different strain than the first…
Then the kids started running fevers, one at a time….
And now the Last Woman in the House is Not Alone.
More on publishing next week, as long as…well, you know…
Ugh. Hope everyone gets well (and stays well) soon.
Sounds familiar. Our family (with 6 kids 9 & under)went through this the week of Thanksgiving, then again in late January. The first time we were all sick within a few days of each other, and the second time it was one at a time. That really makes the cleanup hard!
Yikes! I’ve prayed for you and hope that everyone can speedily get well and stay that way!
I hope some good Spring sunshine comes your way to clear away those Winter blues.
I am so sorry.
I take it you went and saw I Am Legend. My family enjoyed that movie.
Sorry your family is down again. Will send thoughts of chicken noodle soup and orange juice your way.
hahahaha…. we just rented I Am Legend this past weekend….
but i have 2 sick here now…. so you have my total sympathy and commiseration!
I’ll pray for your family and you, but for purely selfish reasons.
I seriously want to read the next book. I love your writing style and the comfortable way in which you describe everything. It’s almost as easy as a novel (not easy in the sense of dumbed-down, but smooth, exciting, and interesting).
Really though, I hope you all get better soon. One year we went through something like this. A trip to the Caribbean cured us all. The sunshine just fried those terrible germs. By all means go:)
Hope you all are feeling better, the 7 of us did the whole flu thind for 3 weeks in rotation and then again starting two weeks later. If it were an option I would have stuck my head in a oven, but since ours is electric I did not think it would do any good. During our plague time very little formal schooling got done but lots of History Channel was watched. I was thrilled at how much even my little boys were able to follow and comment on since they are big time fans of your books.
I admire your 4-10am plan and wish you well in getting your book done since we waiting for it with baited breath.