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Medical Time-Out — 43 Comments

  1. Take care of yourself first. As in airplanes, if you do not put yourself first, those who depend on you simply won’t make it.

  2. I’ll send prayers, good wishes, healing spells, etc.! I’m in a similar situation and I know the toll work takes on your health and your ill health takes on your work. No one of value would think less of you or be truly upset by delay from illness. Be well. We’ll wait.

  3. Uggh, health issues take everything and turn your life upside down. Pare away, and adapt. No one rational takes to writing as a get rich quick scheme, so we’re all in it for the long haul with you. Take care and schedule down time for yourself.

  4. Having just been through the 18month trauma of breast cancer (diagnosis, surgery, chemo and then recovering “me” from the brainlessness of chemo brain), I feel deeply for you having to plunge into dealing with a medical issue and put the rest of your life on hold. Medical science is making great life-saving advances. And we are all with you, wishing you well, hoping that the rest of this medical detour will be gentle on you and have profound value as well as a brilliant outcome: as a writer you know all the bad stuff is grist for the next story. Hugs and best wishes

  5. Thanks to everyone who posted good wishes. I am very grateful, and also grateful that the outcome was much, much better than I’d dared to hope.

  6. Take the effort to rest, look after yourself. You can’t give to us if you don’t give to yourself first. Sending healing your way.

  7. I’m sorry to hear that, Holly. Think about getting better and being well. Concentrate on yourself and don’t work too hard. At the end of the day your health is the most important thing you can have. We love you and we’ll wait. Sending you good thoughts…

  8. Medical stuff should always take precedence! Sending the good thoughts your way and hope everything resolves soon!

  9. You need to care for yourself and family first, Holly. No guilt, no explanations. That’s just how it is. Sending positive thoughts your way for a speedy recovery and energizing healthy return.

  10. Life, as they say, intervenes, which is why we get such a kick out of our DayTimers. 😉 I hope you and your loved ones are back on your roller skates PDQ!– :)TX

  11. Dear Holly,
    Take care of yourself and do not start working too early, plese give yourself all the time off you need. We will survive. Send you good healing energy

  12. Take care of yourself first, Holly, and don’t worry about anything else. There’s nothing that won’t keep until you get back. Sending healthy thoughts your way.

    Oh, and Dan was a bit confused by the tickets you’d asked the RMW beta testers to submit. I emailed him back letting him know what that was going on with all those (seemingly nonsensical) tickets he was getting and told him you’d probably deal with that particular issue when you were feeling better.

  13. Take care of you first. We will wait and work on other things you have given us to fill our time. Rest and do whatever is necessary to get back on your feet.

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