This was for the constant nausea I was fighting. Thank the Lord! It worked. Of course, it put me to sleep which I guess was a good thing. After a restless night's sleep, I got up to rain and high humidity. That makes breathing a little hard, so Monday was another complete wipe out.
By Tuesday, I was beginning to feel like I was a member of the human race again, but the recovery was slow. I'm used to recovering quickly. Raising four kids, and teaching high school, you have to recover quick. Not so as you get older. I'm getting slower. As my oldest suggested - "I'm feeling old!"
A visit yesterday afternoon by the nurse and I do believe I have recovered totally and that stuff is out of my system. We 'ain't' putting it back no matter what!
In the meantime, I'm still working at completing my list of stuff. One of my neighbors suggested that if I keep adding stuff to finish to my list, then I might stay around for a lot longer and she thought I ought to dream up a whole lot of things I needed to do. I took it as a compliment.
I did get chapter seventeen finished only to discover that I definitely needed a chapter eighteen for 'Lovesong'. That ought to make my daughter really happy. She wasn't at all please with the abrupt ending of Heartsong. I didn't think it was abrupt, but she did.
Anyway, I'll be starting on eighteen shortly. Then it's the final edits, and the transfer. I write using Word Perfect. I just don't like using Word to write, because I can't find my mistakes without the reveal codes I get with Word Perfect. So everything I write, I have to transfer, after I take all of the Word Perfect codes out, to Word. It takes a bit. But, my editors are happier with it that way, and editors are individuals who need to be happy. I've had a few and believe me, they need to be happy.
So off to Chapter Eighteen, the wedding and family reunion. In the book of course, in the book.