Sunday, October 11, 2009

Sunday catch up

Today is Sunday. I expect you know that… and instead of staying in London until Thursday, I am leaving to go home to Kent because my mother has also (in addition to my Dad who broke his pelvis a few weeks ago) had a funny turn and a fall. She is fine; her confidence is shaken but she’s not broken physically.

What else?

Oh yes. I had my industry day yesterday with the Literary Consultancy. I think this deserves a full post so I will do that tomorrow.

It only remains to say that words this week were only 1498. I am rather pleased with any words at all. But once settled at my parents, I think I shall be able to get on again. I look forward to hearing Sheepish's words... there'll be no threats about putting her in the hot wash from me today... just a feeble arm raised to toast her wordcount win and thank her for keeping my nose to the grindstone.

8 comments:

liz fenwick said...

Sorry to hear about your parents - hope you have a wonderful time with them.

Looking forward to hearing about your industry day.
lx

Debs said...

Hope both your parents are on the mend soon.

Glad to hear the industry day went so well and look forward to hearing about it.

Flowerpot said...

so sorry to hear about your parents JJ - take care and look forward to hearing about hte Lit Consultancy.

Carol said...

I'm sending you lots of love and hugs and wish a speedy recovery for your parents.

C x

B said...

i hope your parents are both ok - take care and travel safe! and yes, well done for writing anything at all :)

SueG said...

Hope your parents are well and you have a good visit with them. And I hope you get to relax a bit, too! xo

sheepish said...

Hi sorry to hear about your Mum, it's probably a reaction to your Dads fall. Hope they make a speedy recovery. You have my permission to put me through the wringer today as I have had a miserable word week. Catch up with you in the week.

SpiralSkies said...

Horrid that your mum's had a fall too but reassuring for her that you're within striking distance. It must mean a lot.

Can't wait to hear about the industry day. Sounds scary!