As I sat down to write this note on Sunday evening, November 2nd, I was reminded how blessed I am by this writing community I’ve found online.
Thank you for your many emails, comments, and support the last couple of weeks.
I wish I could say I am healthy and ready to return. But, alas, my doctor has further tests scheduled for me this Wednesday. Until we have a clear diagnosis, I remain committed to taking care of myself.
However, previously scheduled guest posts will go forward and some not scheduled will be scheduled in the near future. I have some of my own in the works but not yet ready to tackle a full schedule each day.
My newsletter will come out Thursday next and then again the first Thursday in December. Due to the holidays, I’m pulling back from the earlier bi-weekly schedule.
A reminder about the status of the free ebook: I had previously announced it would be circulated to my current newsletter subscribers on October 30th. That did not happen. As soon as it is completed, it will be in your inboxes. And then to each new subscriber at sign up.
Thanks again for your concerns as well as your understanding.
November 2, 2014
Before anything else, thanks to all of you who so graciously continue to inspire, encourage, and support my efforts on this blog, the newsletter, and more. For that reason, I feel it only fair to offer this status update.
Recently, I’ve come under fire from some health issues which continue unresolved and leave me with less energy than I usually enjoy.
The writing doesn’t come easy in these circumstances so I am letting you know I’m going to take a break for two, maybe three weeks from the blog and from social media.
Anything previously scheduled on the blog will go forward as scheduled, such as guest posts, interviews, etc.
The newsletter will continue to come out once more this month, and then once in each of November and December because of the major holidays in those months.
One last word about the free ebook on its way to completion. I have previously announced it would be circulated to my current newsletter subscribers on October 30th. That may or may not happen, and as soon as it is ready, it will come to you first. And then to each new subscriber afterwards.
I bid you happy writing days and a colorful fall wherever you are.
October 20, 2014
Sherrey, may you get better soon.
Good health is something we can easily take for granted… until it’s gone. This is a reminder to everyone with good health to be ever grateful for it.
My thoughts are with you, my sister.
May all the knots apparent on the underside of the tapestry of your life right now show forth into glory – His glory, and your relief from pain. You and hubby have had a tough year, and I pray for a smoother path for both of you. Warm thoughts and prayers, Sherrey.
Hoping you’ll be back to your usual energetic self soon, Sherrey. I’ll be sending positive thoughts your way.
Sherrey,Praying you feel better soon…((hugs))
I hope you’ll be free of your health issues soon. In the meantime, take the best care of yourself and relax about this work. It will wait as long as you need. Healing thoughts and my heart are with you. All best, Madeline
Sherrey, I’m glad you are taking care of yourself but I’m so sorry you have to deal with these ongoing issues. We will all be right here when you return and ,knowing you, you won’t miss a beat. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Take good care. xo
Sherrey, lots of prayers here for you. Please rest up, get well and know we will all still be here. <3
Belatedly from me to you Sherrey (have been away) and just to say that I hope everything healthwise and every which way is resolving ..
I hope you’ll be feeling better soon. Wishing you the best.
Always take care of yourself first. I know what losing your health can mean. Sending lots of warm healing hugs to you!
Sherry, I’m sorry to hear that you are unwell. I hope that you soon feel better. Rest and take your time, we’ll still be here when you’re on the mend.
Praying you recover soon…you’re wise to take care of yourself …((Hugs))
Sherrey, I will continue to lift you up in prayer.
Sherry… I’m wishing a speedy recovery from whatever it is !
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