Thursday, October 16, 2008

Still Cruisin' Along

So, the new book is coming along nicely. It's just wonderful when a story cooperates, isn't it? And this one is definitely cooperating. Well, it's cooperating for now, anyway. I don't want to jinx it, you know. But it's behaving itself and I'm enjoying writing it. It's funny, because I thought I was done with the Regency for a while, but Diego's story, which I was working on, hit a snag. I think I hooked Diego and Gabby up too quickly. It works in the story, since they have a past and all, but I think it still might have happened too soon. So, up on the shelf it went, so to speak, and I went wandering back to the Regency. I like it there. I have a lot of notes and research materials, and it concerns characters I've already created, so it's like visiting with old friends.

Went to see my ortho today and, just as I expected, he wants an MRI. The Lodine didn't do much aside from make me itchy, which really isn't what my doctor or I wanted, so off to the radiology people tomorrow for the MRI. I've never had one before, and I was very relieved to hear that I will only be in the tube roughly up to my shoulders. Whew. I get claustrophobic, so I was glad to hear that my entire self doesn't have to go in the tube. And there'll be no needles either, which is another whew. Don't like needles. At. All.

We've also got a winner in the Eden's Pass contest - I will be announcing that either tomorrow or Saturday, after I contact the winner to let them know.

We're having the Boy's birthday party on Saturday, which should be fun, but then it's back to writing, writing, writing. I'm on a roll and can't wait to get back to it!

2 comments:

Marian said...

I was just thinking... you could have a new label for the orthopedic news. "K. Nee's Knees".

/runs away

Kim said...

**groan**
You should see when I have to spell it for people, and then tell them that their misspelling is right, if they need my first initial. Heads essplode all around.... ;)