Yesterday I spent the day in Rome at a vendor's fair. I almost didn't go because I wasn't feeling well but how could I not show up. I am a girl of my word so I went. I'm glad I did. Sold a few books and saw a couple friends I don't usually see.
I packed up and was on the road a half hour early because I started to not feel so good. With books, table, chair, and personal belongings loaded I started the hour plus drive home after calling to let my family know I was in route. About twenty minutes from home I started to feel worse and contemplated pulling over but decided to forge ahead, praying the entire way. I arrived home safely.
I carried in my bags and collapsed into a chair. After spending a few minutes looking at pictures with Mags and hearing about her day I assumed the position under the electric blanket. Ed arrived shortly thereafter and moved me to the bedroom, gave me more allergy medicine and Advil and this is where I remained until about 6 p.m. tonight. I'm awake, moving, and feeling a little better.
Ever since I was a teenager I am known for pushing myself, and pushing hard to meet deadlines and accomplish goals I've set. I knew prior to the April third release, the weeks following would be taxing, yet worth it. I'm thankful God got me home safely yesterday. I am sitting up this Sunday evening, so this is progress.
Tomorrow starts a new week, with only one book signing scheduled on Saturday, May 4th at the Pulaski Kinney's from Noon until 2 p.m. This will be a week of rest and recouping. Thank you all for your support, prayers, and encouragement!
If you haven't ordered your copy of Where's Heidi? or When the Waves Subside yet - click on the photo below for a direct link. Thank you again! May God be glorified.