With as much as you have heard about how much I miss being on-line and shopping especially, you no longer have to read short posts, etc. My dearest friend, Cheyenne, or “Ricyos”, has loaned me his laptop until my desk top
It is taking me a little to get used to the new keyboard and difference in how everything works because the laptop I am using is not a Windows machine, it is a Linux one. This means things are not normally where I would find or put them, but it is something easily overcome. With a computer again I can begin working again on the re-write of the novel and on the handwritten ghost story.
Yes, I know the ghost story could have progressed on its own, but when one story doesn’t move forward it is very difficult to move forward with another. All you can think of is how much farther behind you are getting so that original work on another piece suffers. It does for me at any rate.
Thanksgiving was wonderful for me and the Husband. We ate turkey and pretty much all the trimmings, and rested in general. Resting and relaxing has helped the Husband get his energies up so he can finally kick the crud in the head and be his normal self.
It is very scary when I am doing better in getting over a sickness than him. Usually he is fine within five days, but this has been more like 90 days of sickness for him! I want my honey to feel all better so he can enjoy Christmas shopping and Christmas in general.
Now, on to the ink mine!
- The next story is a ghost story (sillyverse.com)
- Three Essential Ingredients in a Ghost Story (gaelanhamilton.wordpress.com)
- Christmas Ghost Stories: Festive skin crawlers with a twist by Stewart King (aethomas2005.wordpress.com)
- Are There Christmas Shopping Manners? (comehomeforcomfort.wordpress.com)
- Victorian Ghost Stories: An Oxford Anthology (bfgb.wordpress.com)
- Spirits Of Christmas by Nicky Wells (victorialovesbooks.wordpress.com)
- Online research, gift cards, increase in use for Christmas shopping (radioiowa.com)