Things have been challenging, learning to deal with roommates, new sounds outside my window, and trying to cook with a gas stove. It sounds small, but it’s been a long time since I dealt with anything else. Also, a dog with cancer (that is likely terminal) is not helping matters. I’m still beyond devastated, and there isn’t anything that will take that away.
So far, Sophie seems okay. She has good days and bad days, mostly good. I know a day will come when it’s the opposite, but I’ll deal with that when it comes. I’ve been trying to take more photos of her to remember her, but of course, I don’t really need them to remind me what she was like. I’ll love her forever, and I hope she has longer than I think.
The next couple of weeks will be busy with doctor appointments. Everything just fell at once. Hopefully, they will be more helpful than last time, but I’m not optimistic. Actually, three of them are great. It’s the others I’m unhappy with. But maybe they’ll surprise me this time. Also, trying to get there from a different part of town will be weird.
Nothing much to report otherwise. Still waiting on Descent of the Vile to go into editing. Hopefully, now that the move is over, it won’t be too much longer. I can’t wait to share the book with you. I hope you will love it, as it was immensely fun to write. If you haven’t read The House of Wynne Lift yet, I invite you to do so. And please leave a review if you love it! Thank you!
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