Tuesday, January 25, 2011
I wrote this post and set it to publish this morning (Jan. 25, 2011). It should post while I’m at the hospital, which is kind of weird. I should be sewed back together by the time anyone reads this, but who knows.
Anything can happen. And it usually does.
They’ve told me to be at the hospital at 5:30 in the morning. 5:30! Isn’t this vampire time? Aren’t the werewolves still on the prowl? Actually, I worked a job for years where I had to get up early like that.
I hated it.
So, if you pray, pray for me. I’m being sliced. But I’m thankful for the miracles of modern medicine. I’m thankful that my personal slicer isn’t a maniac on the prowl. At least not that I know of. My slicer is a highly paid professional. Which must count for something.
In case you don’t know, it’s my hands that are being sliced. Which means I don’t know when I’m going to be able to type, so I don’t know when I’ll be able to post here. I have a few things I’ve already done that I should be able to put up. And I have some software that some great friends gave me as a gift that might help. We’ll see how I do with it.
Peace to you.
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