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Thursday, July 26, 2007

I am so much pain right now.

Something happened today that pressed something out of alignment in my neck, and I physically have been crying when I move wrong. Please pray that the chiropractor can see me tomorrow. I can't function like this.

6 comments:

WayneThomasBatson said...

Lord of Hosts,
Nothing escapes your notice. You are well aware of Scribe's pain, and you know precisely what is needed to ease that pain. Lord would you heal her, would you provide the means for her comfort. But if not that, if you have some other plan for her, help her to see it and welcome your work in her life. Please give her rest and peace and a sense of your presence.

Amen.

"A wizard is never late. Nor is he early. He arrives precisely when he means to."

God is kind of like that, no?

Cindy Swanson said...

I'm sooo sorry that you are in pain!

Thanks so much for visiting and commenting at http://cindysbookclub.blogspot.com>Cindy's Book Club! I'm glad you agree with my feelings about "The Restorer"!

Pais Charos said...

I'm sorry you don't feel well - it's no fun when your back hurts :( I'll be praying for you

Sharon Hinck said...

Dear Lord,
I ask you to lift up Michelle and comfort her. Free her from pain. Heal her with your gentle and merciful hand. Help her rest in your arms, and send her practical support and assistance, as well as kindness from others around her. Amen.

I'm SO sorry you are in pain. I'll keep praying.
Hugs, Sharon
P.S. my favorite comfort measure for back/neck/muscle pain is a Rice Bag (5 pounds of rice sewn into a folded in half hand towel). You microwave it for about 5 minutes, and it's like a gentle heating pad that shapes around any place that hurts.

everlastingscribe said...

Thanks for the prayer, Wayne! I was able to get into the chiropractor this morning, and he confirmed that there's something out out place in my neck and as well as my shoulder. Can we say *ow*? Anyway, doing some better today, the ice is helping a lot.

everlastingscribe said...

Thanks too, Pais and Sharon. I didn't get a whole lot of sleep tonight, so I know I will be running on prayer and fumes today and tomorrow. Far too much to do.

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What Do You Notice First About A Book?
RESULTS! Closed 11/11/09

My attention's always grabbed by the cover-53%

I look on the spine for the author's name-6%

The thicker books are the one that grab my notice-26%

I open the book up to the middle and burry my nose in the pages, sniffing. Scent is important-0%

I flip the book over, ignore the cover and the spine and get to the book blurb-13%



Pick Your Weapon! RESULTS! Closed-11/03/09

Gladius-0%
Hand and Half Sword-16%
Long Bow-25%
Mace-0%
Staff-33%
Pen-25 %




What Kind of Fan Are You? RESULTS! Closed-10/22/09

Shy. I like reading books but I don't want to meet the authors-15%

Avid. I've read everything my favorite author has written!-38%

Curious. I've e-mailed my favorite author or left comments on the blog and asked them questions-38%


What Kind of Word Smith Are You? RESULTS!-Closed 10/15/09

I focus on setting-22%
I focus on dialogue-22%
I focus on action-22%
I focus on characters-33%

What Kind of Reader Are You? RESULTS!-Closed 10/07/09

I try and guess where the story is going to go-44%
I read the book and think how I would have written it differently-0%
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What Kind of Writer Are You? RESULTS!

Character first--1%
Plot First--4%
Balanced Between Plot and Character--5%
All Over The Place--5%

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