Friday, July 4, 2008

Happy Independence Day U.S. bloggers

Of course, it goes without saying that the U.S. is busy celebrating today, which also means everyone in the publishing world won't be back at work until late next week. I myself am curled up with a box of Robaxacet, as I have been since tearing a ligament in my back last week. Hopefully it will all be back to normal soon. In the meantime, here's hoping you either have your feet up or else you're busy chugging back a few well deserved drinks.

13 comments:

Adam said...

I have two of those well deserved drinks balanced on my knees.

Hope your back is better soon!

wordman17 said...

LOL! I carry Robaxacet in my car.
Sad shit, but my back gives me the worse kind of trouble. Get well quick and get back to writing.

Victoria said...

No drinking for me this weekend.
But I do plan to do me some
major shopping.

Travis Erwin said...

Hope your back feels better soon. I am plagued with a creaky spine myself so I feel your pain.

ORION said...

A virtual lei of sympathy is tossed your way...

laughingwolf said...

dang, holly... that's not the kind of way to enjoy a day, much less a weekend!

hope the pain eases, quickly

Nadine said...

Ugh! Back troubles.
So been there. So done that.
My heart goes out to yah

Janet said...

Ouch! Hope your back gets well soon. I just recently bought my first box of Robaxacet too. One of life's experiences I wouldn't have minded missing.

Kim Stagliano said...

Oh no! Back pain. Very bad.

Still coming East??

kyla-dale said...

I was laid up for almost two weeks last year with back problems. Nothing`s worse. I really hope you get better soon.

Therese said...

Well, as for me, I have my foot up, because, on my post-celebration clean-up-after-street-party-day, I broke a toe.

No alcohol involved, either!

So sorry you're laid up--feel better fast!

ChrisEldin said...

Hope you are feeling better soon. Back pain is the worst. Make sure you're resting properly...

laughingwolf said...

still no order date for silver compass, penny tree eta: 18 -23 july