For my good buddy, Flint Rasmussen, who suffered a heart attack after working out too hard, and for his family. From what I hear, Flint’s on the road to recovery, but you can’t have too many prayers.
Tomorrow is the big day–sort of. Sally and I will meet in Seattle, spend the night, and wing it on out of here early Wednesday morning. Although reports are that it’s snowing in Prague, we are undaunted. We are going to look, laugh, explore, eat and shop, like good Americans abroad!
Just call me the gadget queen. At Saturday’s RWA conference, a lot of my fellow writers were sporting a small computer I’d never seen before–the HP Mini. It weighs two-point-two pounds and will fit in my purse! YES! I was at Costco as soon as they opened at noon on Sunday! Will I be able to blog from Prague? (Hey, an unwitting poem!) That remains a mystery. I will definitely try. If not, look for photographs in my next printed newsletter.
Sadie, over her infection, is off to therapy today. Honestly, you would not believe the progress this beloved dog has made. Monday, Wednesday and Friday, she wag-tails it out to the truck in her brown sweater. What a sport she is!
I really had a wonderful time at Saturday’s conference. I saw an old friend, Stella Cameron, and made some new ones, too. There are many animal lovers in the group, and I felt right at home.
Since I have miles to go before I sleep, I will make this short.
Stay tuned for the continuing adventures of the Spokane cowgirl!