Monday, May 18, 2009

Knock on wood- surviving the flu


My company last week and this week are putting a halt on my writing. I've managed to keep up with e-mails and my blog responsibilities, but that's about all the computer time I've had.

My company from Alaska have all had the flu and were generous in sharing- luckily, so far, I haven't caught it. I hope it stays that way. We've plans to go to town today and the zoo on Wednesday.

The weather here is finally sunny and gorgeous though a bit hot. I don't mind the heat when we ease into it gradually but it went from 40-50 to 90 in one day. Your body has a hard time adjusting to that.

I'm still waiting for some reviews to come in for my June Release Miner in Petticoats. And my publisher to say I can order copies.

Tomorrow I'm blogging about riding a train in the 1880's over at Cactus Rose Blog. Come on by and find out about palace sleeping cars, the division of classes, and how they ate while on trains.

3 comments:

Susan Kelley said...

I hope I remember to visit the blog tomorrow and hear about the train ride. I often wonder if I would have gotten 'car sick.' Is it a smooth ride?

Paty Jager said...

HI Susan, My Cactus post is up and I mainly discuss the amenities on the train. But it was pretty bumpy as some of the track was hastily laid.

Lauri said...

Hope the flu bug has flown away! It was warm in MN today too. I even drove with the top down. LOL. It had been too windy to have the top down in Kansas.

Great post on the Cactus blog!