Missing in Action


WARNING: Content may be incoherent or otherwise unintelligible due to fever. By proceeding further, you agree not to hold author accountable for anything she might say in this posting. (Unless it’s good. Then she gets all credit.) You have been warned!

Yes, you read it right. I’m sick. Well, it’s possible that it’s exhaustion. I came home from work today and realized I had a sore throat. Took my temp and sure enough, I have a small fever. Made soup for dinner and here it is 9:30 and I’m about to go to bed. But I hadn’t made a post in much longer than normal, so I wanted to at least pop in so you know I’m not actually dead or anything.

I’ve been busting my tail on the revision for Soul Cavern. I’ve completed through chapter 21 (I think the status bar on the left is off by a chapter). Unfortunately, I’m stuck on chapter 22. I’m waiting for the muse to figure out what the hell I need to do. She needs to hurry her musely butt up, because I don’t have much time left!

I did get in touch with an old writing friend of mine today and I’m absolutely ecstatic to be in communication with her again. If you’re observant, you might notice two new links down in the link section on the left. If you’re not observant, you’ll just have to wait til later, when I blog about her and the accomplishments she’s made in the last 6 years. That’s what you get for not paying attention! 🙂

Okay, off to bed. My muse better visit me in the night and let me know what I’m supposed to do for chapter 22.

Hey, if she doesn’t make it, can I borrow your muse for awhile?

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    March 26, 2008 at 11:03 pm

    Borrow? I have a muse? Oooo, cool. I will have to touch bases with her. Well, I hope you feel better soon. I was feeling a sore throat this morning, and it is no fun! Drink lots of liquids, and rest up.

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    March 27, 2008 at 2:03 am

    Yes, of course you can borrow my Muse. I’ve got her on the line now. Here, take the phone.
    “Your call is important to us. Please hold. You are … 27th … in the queue. [Music plays: Greensleeves scored for electric xylophone.] Please hold.
    You are now … 28th … in the queue.”
    Let me know when you get through.

    Seriously, I’m sorry you’re poorly and I hope you feel better soon.

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    Two Write Hands
    March 27, 2008 at 2:03 pm

    Hope you feel better! That disclaimer was hilarious.

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    March 27, 2008 at 5:03 pm

    Awww… get better soon!!

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