I pop in just in time to get encouragement about my book.
Rachel, I have Nook and love the ink-screen technology so much. I think you'll use your Kindle a lot even after you have the iPad.
Leah, so sorry you got a cold on top of the fatigue from the trip.
Glad you're doing a little better.
I'm not doing quite as well this week, but still better than I was a couple months ago. I decided to take an editing job for the first time since I got the fever. We'll see how smart that was. I was hoping to use this time before I leave for Andy's to work on sorting out my bedroom so it's more livable in here, but now I'll have to be doing most of it editing. But it feels good to be functioning well enough to think about stuff like that again, even if I'm still not doing real great.
The description of the Independence Day parade with all th posters of those who have given their lives is very touching.
Shann, I think you need to read your own post up there about the testimony and apply it to yours.
You can get it done in time! Mine ended up being a very different feel than I thought it would, but I submitted it. I focused on getting through college with my illness and learning disabilities, but I've thought of doing a second one about living with my disease in general... The one I did is lighter-weight and this one seems almost too heavy. Probably am out of time now anyway, but will keep thinking about it and maybe I'll write it for something else, anyway.