I had this in-depth post planned for this month, but January has not been great for the family. We lost my grandmother on January 4 following a long battle with dementia, my mom has been in the hospital off and on (mostly on, as she is now) since before Christmas, and my oldest daughter (the pregnant one) is in the hospital with pre-eclampsia.
It’s not all bad news. We think the doctors have found the issue with my mom and surgery should correct it. All her tests for bugs and cancer, the scary stuff, have come back clear. And if my oldest can stand the boredom of an 11-day hospital stay, the baby will arrive by the end of the month, albeit about 6 weeks early.
All this is to say, I just don’t have it in me to do a blog post or newsletter this month. I’ve been writing (a lot) so I’m too busy to worry, but some things my brain just turns up its figurative nose and says, “Nope.”
I appreciate healing thoughts, positive vibes, and prayers. Our family is going to come out the other side of this and we’ll be fine.
So sorry to read this, Lori. Sending hugs and prayers to you and your family.
Jacquie Biggar | Theodora by Christina McKnight #Historical #Romance @Barclay_PR @CMcKnightWriter
Thanks so much. My granddaughter was born Saturday and is doing well, considering she was 8 weeks early.
Congrats on the new arrival, I send you and your family sympathies for your loss and hope that the rest of 2017 is much less challenging.
ELF | Sweet Inspiration by Linda Carroll-Bradd (spotlight, excerpt, and GIVEAWAY)
I have high hopes for 2017. My grandmother would want us to go on and continue doing what we love.
Thank you so much for your kind words. <3