Progress with revisions to the third Geren book have been slow; prep-work for the second Triune novel nonexistent. Life went wild in the middle of February when Mary was taken to the hospital, discovered to have an aortic dissection (ascending), rushed into emergency surgery that was seven hours long, then spent nearly a week in ICU before transitioning to less intensive care. I'm so blessed my boss let me take 2-hour lunches the first week after Mary's surgery, so I could visit them in the hospital over lunch (or visit the family when I wasn't allowed in ICU). That made it hard to leave for Florida, but thankfully she kept improving. By the time I got back, she was in transitional care. She got to go home on March 25th (praise God!) and I'm thrilled my family went in with me on my idea to have a special gift waiting for them.
Feb 28 - Off to Florida
Mar 9 - Back from Florida
Mar 31 - Finished 'Cold Hillside' very belated celebration picture
|Pass 1||Highlight/comment potential edits & revisions||COMPLETE!|
|Pass 2||Major edits and revisions||In Progress, 55% complete|
|Pass 3||Items missed in Pass 2, edit revisions||not yet started|
|Pass 4||Highlight/address bad habits and trouble spots||not yet started|
|Pass 5||Verbal read-through||not yet started|
|Pass 6||Thorough review with different font and page layout||not yet started|
|Pass 7||Final sweeps||not yet started|
As for April, I'm really hoping and praying Mary will continue to improve. Taxes are all done, and I've lost enough weight I don't need to spend inordinate amounts of time exercising. Hopefully I can keep making progress on pass 2 of the second Geren book and wade into the challenge of assembling the outline for the second Triune novel, if not further. Can't forget the next pair of art projects, either. And maybe even get out to enjoy spring!