A lot has been going on here in good ol’ Lexington. This time it is positive! Since our lives were so rudely up-ended and I went through some rough emotional turmoil because of it, I decided it was time to do something promising for me. So, now I have physical therapy once a week and exercises in betweeen, and occupational therapy for hands and shoulders.
My week has gone from lethargic to active. Being active is helping the words and the brain get out of the dark pit I was heading for. More accurately I was slipping into said dark pit despite everything I did. I know the pit is still there, but, my feet and head are at a nice safe distance away from the slippery edge.
Besides writing and editing again, I’ve been devouring books. Mostly on the Nook. I’ve finished The Parasol Preotectorate series and am re-reading the first book in Gail Carriger’s Etiquette and Espionage series. Normally I don’t enjoy young adult fiction, but I will read anything Gail Carriger puts out I think. Prudence, the first book of The Custard Protocal is also sitting in the Nook, patiently waiting for me to open and begin reading. The goal for the third series is to begin reading it in January. December is for Carriger’s young adult series. Squee!
Knitting, reading, movies, and quiet time with the family is just what’s needed to get over these sniffles I’ve picked up during the week.
Hope everyone is enjoying their Saturday!