Now: A Reprieve from Distraction?

Christmas Cactus blooms

Well, I had another week/weekend filled with distraction, but the Christmas stuff is almost put away, and the colonoscopy went well. There is no cancer there.  My oncologist had recommended I get checked sooner than the usual 10 years on account of the endometrial cancer.

And this time, after the screening, my gastroenterologist recommended a recheck in 5 to 7 years, which is actually the period of time he considers the longest anyone should wait between screenings, even if Medicare doesn’t agree…

Anyway, I have an eye appointment next week, as well as a trip across town to pick up a sunglasses clip that was inadvertently not included with my new glasses when I went to get them… and then maybe… just maybe… I’ll be appointment-free for a while and able to get back to some semblance of regular work on this book.

So far it seems to have been a veritable magnet for distraction.

I know. I’ve said that before. But surely at some point I’ll be left alone to get the work done, right? Right?

Please, Lord???

2 thoughts on “Now: A Reprieve from Distraction?

  1. Tamara

    I just wanted to say how much I am looking forward to Sky. Your books are always interesting and thought-provoking, and most of all, challenge me in my walk with Christ. Plus what you’ve described of the plot really intrigues me! I truly believe God has given you a gift and uses your words to help mold his church into his image, and I trust Sky will be done in His timing. Thank you for submitting yourself to him to do his work, because I know it is WORK! Happy writing, and even more, happy walking with Him day by day!

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