Tuesday, September 27, 2005

The cold is...

sure taking its time in coming. My joints ache and my throat hurts, and my nose is slightly stuffy. But I know it gets worse cause my kids are hacking up a storm and have heads full of the yukky stuff. I feel like it is taking forever to come and I want it to get here and get gone, so I freaking feel better instead of this general under the weather kind of feeling.


I didn't get any new stuff written yesterday on the novel, but I did a lot of editing and revising. Posted chapter nine for my crit group to tear apart. I had to edit and send one article and write another, but I got them done too. I have another one due tomorrow and another due at the end of the week. Lots of writing this week. But at least the money will be coming in next month... always a good thing.

Still waiting for agents and the editor to get back to me. And I just keep eating while I wait. What's up with that?

5 comments:

Kristen Painter said...

Well, they do say "feed a cold, starve a fever" - but I don't think you need any incentive to eat, now do you? lol

Brenda Bradshaw said...

Holy crap, I'm right there with you. I spent most of the weekend sucking on a Nebulizer and hacking out my lungs, sneezing to the point of "forever 'bless you'" moments because my family got sick of saying it.

BUT, I did get some great character sketches done! Hope you feel better soon!

Rachel Vincent said...

I snack compulsively while I edit--even without the excuse of being sick. My fingers need something to do, like crack open nut shells.

Hope you feel better.

Bonnie Ferguson said...

The eating is comfort I think :) Keeping my fingers crossed for you.

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