The World According to Maiden Fair

Almost back to normal

Filed under: Maiden's World,World of books — April 7, 2012 @ 10:04 pm

It has been a long uphill climb and I know it has been a long time since I updated my journal. After my last post, my hand and arm went downhill until it was totally useless. I ended up having carpel Tunnel surgery in September and they thought that would solve all the problems. It did solve some of them, but not all. I ended up in Physical Therapy from November until just a couple of weeks ago. A lot of hard work and a lot of pain, but I can use my hand and arm now and actually am beginning to feel like maybe I will survive this almost year long ordeal. Word of advice to all – DON’T FALL AND BREAK ANYTHING – if at all possible. I’m watching where I walk and taking it easy. No jumping up to answer the phone, the door and anything else. If whoever is there can’t wait a minute or leave a message then it obviously wasn’t that important.

I have gotten a lot of reading done in the last 11 months – but I won’t post them all here – The list is much too long. But here is the March list:

Heat Wave by Richard Castle
A Touch of Gold by Joyce & Jim LaVene
A bone of Contention by Susanna Gregory
Tempest in the Tea Leaves by Kari Lee Townsend
Absolutely, Positively by Heather Webber

Most of these are new authors that I haven’t listed before – Richard Castle – the author is the TV show “Castle” I love the show and just had to read the book – I really enjoyed it!! Susanna Gregory writes Medieval Mysteries set in Cambridge, England circa 1350. The other books I’ve read so far by her are “A Plague on both your Houses” and “An Unholy Alliance”. Difficult books to put down once you start reading. Kari Lee Townsend – will the book was alright – just not sure I want to read another one. The other two I’ve read their books before and enjoyed them.

Decided on a new project. It’s called the 365 Project. Basically you are making a photo-journal of a year in your life by posting a picture a day for 365 days. I’m looking forward to the challenge of getting out there with my camera every day and finding something different or symbolic or just fun to take a picture of.

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