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Yick! Sending good-karma and virtual-antivirals your way.I didn’t do NaNo, but I’m at 19.5 K with a brief intermission for COVID round two. Hopefully, the voices in my head will quit coughing soon go back to just arguing.
I like the Gieco commercial with the masked dude watching the teenagers hide in the shed with all the chainsaws. Every time I see your book mentioned I think of the commercial. Best wishes on the editing process.While I don't think I've had COVID, it's impossible to be sure since people can be asymptomatic. At this point, I think maybe 1/10 people I know have tested positive for COVID at some point, which is still a pretty high number.
Otherwise, my holidays haven't been productive because I tend to drag my feet more when it comes to the editing process. However, I'm committed to finishing a full round of revisions, edits, etc, on X-Mas slasher before starting to write something new... although the siren's song of a new work is constant.
I'm a unicorn too. But I was pretty much locked up with my elderly dad for three years too before he passed in November from cancer. Only went out (masked) for grocery shopping and walks. And demanded that anyone entering the house be masked (can you believe I had to tell paramedics on two occasions??? Lord love a duck...)Yick! Sending good-karma and virtual-antivirals your way.
I'm one of the very few people I know who hasn't had COVID yet, and I'd like to keep it that way.
My son had it (he thinks) way in the beginning, March 2020...and it knocked him out for six weeks, with every orifice affected, poor guy.I don't think I've ever had COVID, unless I was asymptomatic. I've been pretty lucky. A lot of people I know have had it, sometimes more than once.