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Maya's appointment with the orthopedic specialist is tomorrow, and we are very, very nervous. I'd ask for good wishes except that I'm really not sure what we're wishing for right now...obviously, we hate the idea of her having to have surgery, but on the other hand, it would be wonderful if surgery could take away the pain in her shoulder for the rest of her life. There's no way to know what's possible until tomorrow afternoon. In the meantime, we're holding off on other plans until after the appointment - we'd like to go to EasterCon later this month, but if Maya ends up having surgery on Friday, then there's no way we could leave her just a few weeks later. :( So, we'll see. I'm consoling myself with the fact that next year's EasterCon will be held in Bradford, just about 10 minutes' drive from our house, so that one will be a no-brainer regardless of what else is going on in our lives in 2009.

And Maya is definitely going to get a special-treat Jumbone today.

In other news, I've been catching myself back up with Kat by Starlight, hurray! I'd written the first 27,000 words by the end of December, but then we went to America for three weeks, I shifted into vacation mode, then got swept up into a rewriting frenzy once we got back home, pulling out all the waiting, first-draft stories in my cupboard. All in all, I ended up taking a couple of months off the novel. The great news is that I'm having lots of fun re-discovering it now...and yet again, I'm feeling the desperate urge to go back to Bath for research SOON! (Of course this is only for Serious Research Purposes! It has nothing to do with the fact that Bath is a jaw-droppingly beautiful city filled with lovely caf├ęs and Regency architecture and, and, and...!)


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