the best-laid plans

The questions of business cards and registration names for Boskone became moot when I slipped on the ice and broke my shoulder. I transferred my membership to another writer. We had to cancel our planned cruise :p and several other events. 

On the plus side, it’s healing normally and didn’t require surgery. I’ve been able to go out to dinner and attend art class and musical events. This week I was even able to lift a golf club –swinging it will come later — and drive the car. 

I’ve had to punt on most activities involving typing. Word count goals? That interactive class about marketing techniques? All toast. But that’s finally looking up, too, and hopefully I can make some real progress on Whatever’s in the River and the rest of the Troy and Sal novels, as well as all those novellas and short stories waiting to be finished. 

 

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2 responses to “the best-laid plans

  1. Hooray for healing normally! Surgery’s always a pain to recover from (often literally), quite apart from whatever it’s supposed to correct.

    And yay for the prospect of Troy and Sal!

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