Since my pinky is injured there has not been any serious typing. Thankfully, I can hold my Kindle with one hand and type with a finger to do updates here. However, I just realized this today. Yeah, I sort of laughed, too.
This isn’t my first broken finger, and, with my luck, probably won’t be my last. It is the first time I’ve broken my pinky, though, and I can say it has been the most annoying of them all because it is difficult to write, hold a regular book, or knit. The one thing it doesn’t get in the way of is a video game controller.
For reading, this Kindle has been a life saver! The book collection is eclectic on the device just as on my bookshelf, but having my Bible and books by the Desert Fathers, etc, on it is actually quite nice, because I can easily highlight texts and jot small notes into the device right by the passage or highlighted text. The one thing I need to find out is how to print the notes off. I know there has to be a way.
The book I am reading now is St. John Crysostum’s writings. And, as always Saint Isaac the Syrian. The latter book is read at the dining room table because it is so large.
The video games? Well, they are varied, but keep me sane, or at least preoccupied from feeling like a failure for not working on the book and getting it onto Kindle by The Husband’s birthday. However, it won’t be too far past that I hope.
This writing project has really taught me a lot about writing, plotting, and so much more! Not being able to share it right now is hard on the emotions . Mine anyway.
Now, let’s see what havoc I can cause on Warframe.