Shann wrote:Amy now that Pup is gone , you need to take care of yourself!!!! Around 3ish your time I was drawn deeply to pray for you which I did but you are overdoing and putting unnecessary stress on yourself! You need to take it easy and take care of yourself says the person who hasn't eaten a thing all day so I know firsthand how not taking care of yourself can make your illness flare up! Okay I'm done with that lecture.
Thanks, Shann. I know this week I've been too busy but it's almost all been medical stuff that I didn't have much control over when they would be. And tomorrow the interpreting thing I'm doing is something I've been asking to do for ages, so I can't turn it down and mostly I'll just be observing, I think.
At 3:00 I was just about to leave the medical place where I was checking my medical records. It's almost an hour drive home, so maybe the urge to pray was for safety and alertness while driving in heavy traffic in the rain. Thanks for the prayers!
Sunday I think I'm going to stay home from church to rest and I get to be home all day Monday. Tomorrow...ooo, I'll tell you about tomorrow. First the background:
Every year David Ian is involved in doing sound effects and some acting and singing in a Christmas show. It's a live radio drama that is based on trascripts from real radio shows that were broadcast from Portland, OR on Christmas day during WWII. I've been to it once or twice and it's such a fun show
Well, they always have a sign language interpreter and this year I begged the interpreters to mentor me for the show. They agreed! I might not get to do any actual interpreting, but I'll be observing their practices and such as they prepare for it. I go for the first time tomorrow. One of the interpreters has MS and is in a wheelchair and is always a good resource for me for questions about dealing with disabilities and interpreting.
Amy care to hint what story is yours?
I'm in masters and I got mine in very
early in the week.
You'll recognize it because I used my NaNo characters but changed their names.