Still waiting for blood tests. In the meantime, my boy is doing his best to hang in here. Thank you all for your good wishes.
There are a few new blogs I’ve been following: Read React Review: http://www.readreactreview.com/ Jessica is so damn smart, she’s scary and addictive at the same time! She just introduced her readers to Rosario of Rosario’s Reading Journal: http://rosario.blogspot.com/ Just reviews – Who woulda thunk it? Rosario has some great stuff on her site.
Rebecca over at Dirty Sexy Books has a new WordPress site: http://dirtysexybooks.com/ Go WordPress! Her site is not quite as downhome as her old site, but she’s working on it. Rebecca is one of my daily visits. She is wonderful about reading comments and responding. There’s a group of very funny and friendly bloggers, Chris at Stumbling Over Chaos, Susi at The Geeky Bookworm, Larissa at Larissa’s Bookish Life, Mrs. K. Khan and K.C. of Smokin’ Hot Books, Janna at E-Romance Reader and Anna over at her site, Chronic Bookaholic-Strictly Happy Endings – who go out of their way to make you feel welcome when you drop by.
Let me see…sliced two fingers today cutting up chicken for the dog. The vet told me to give him pizza if I have to, in order to get him to eat. I’m not allowed to cut with sharp knives – and don’t give me that bologna (baloney) about how sharp knives are safer than not-so-sharp knives. That’s a crock. A number of years ago, I sliced the tip of my middle finger off while cutting ginger and lemons – with a very sharp knife. Damn, that stung! I dropped my fingertip in a plastic bag filled with ice and headed to the doctor’s office. When I pulled the baggie out of my purse, he laughed and he could not reattach it. Right now I have cotton balls taped to my fingers with Scotch Magic Tape. Couldn’t find any bandaids. My guy ate the chicken. So it’s all good. What’s a little blood between best friends?
I actually managed to work a bit on my paranormal this afternoon. Tonight I think I’ll spend some time writing Rescued, the sequel to Captured, featuring Ekkatt’s brother Tirrit. Be patient. It will happen. Lots to distract me right now.
I’m slowly reading Cutting for Stone, all 658 pages. It’s beautiful and brilliant, but probably because I’m so distracted, my brain cells just aren’t embracing the book in the same way they did the amazing Under Heaven. Under other circumstances…