After seven weeks that inexplicably turned into ten weeks, I finally had the pleasure of getting the external fixator taken out/off of my arm December 3. The last of the five breaks finally decided to meet up and start knitting, so the hardware had finally outlived its usefulness. Lord knows it had outstayed its welcome.
Since the injury and subsequent surgery has managed to do a number on my writing and political projects, I guess I should start trying to set a schedule for 2015.
While I haven't gotten much written, I have at least managed to plot out some more stuff, because that's exactly what you need when you are a writer with stuff piling up- more stuff to work on, eventually, somehow. Need to get a handle on time and project management, so it's looking like I have narrowed down the primary projects to a short non-fiction work, the novel I'm furthest ahead on, and a new project in the early stages for Free Rein Media. Been taking some of the downtime to examine some new ways to get stuff out there, found a couple of interesting websites, which led to the plotting of new stuff. Damn stuff, it's everywhere.
Now begins another month or so of wearing the splint, a month of physical therapy, and then I will be ready for Recovery Mode Phase Three- getting ready for softball season next spring.
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