“Life is not the way it's supposed to be. It's the way it is. The way you cope with it is what makes the difference."
Good to hear from you. We've missed you too.
Shelly, you have been greatly missed, so it made my day for you to take the time to post. I understand RL getting in the way of posting, at times. Aside from the ongoing saga of my post-op drain problems, I'm doing well. Hope you are, too. Are your books fiction or nonfiction?
Shelly, any relation to Upton Sinclair, the writer? Of course, that may not be his real name. Your "safe cleaning" book sounds like something people really could use and would be interested in, now that everyone is interested in "going green" and saving money! I have tried using vinegar on a few things, and haven't been sufficiently satisfied with the results.
At any rate, good luck with your books! It's good to get your mind on other things. Just don't be such a stranger.
I'm excited about your book. I know this sounds crazy but I love to clean. I just get alot of satisfaction from getting things all nice and clean. I can't wait to read it. Please keep and touch so we know how you are and also let us know when your book is done.
JoAnn, you are welcome to come over to my place anytime--mop and vacuum cleaner will be supplied. LOL!
John, I read Stephen King's On Writing and loved it...particularly the insight into his early life. I still have the book. I was a huge SK fan for years, but then he seemed to become a hack writer. I still think his early work is his best: Pet Sematary, Four Seasons, It, etc.
I'd also be interested in reading your blog, if it's available to us.
Glad you are doing well. Since you haven't used overnight bags as shoes yet, I think your encephalopathy (if you have it) is minimal. Let us know how your visit goes!!
John I too would love to read your blog. Jerry's MELD has stayed around 17 for quit some time. He is told he will probably get a transplant around 23 to 25. His son is just now starting the process of live donor. I'm a little nervous about that because I found out Vanderbilt has only done 4. The process takes 2 months so that will give me more time to research. The thought of him hours from death waiting for a liver just starts me shaking thinking about it. Hope you are having a good day.
John, thanks for the blog info. Are you under the same name there?