A glimmer of daylight ahead

Not feeling better, exactly. Just not feeling quite so deathly as I have been for weeks. This past four or five evenings, I could have written a bit. I didn’t, because I’m being super cautious and don’t want to sabotage or delay the recovery that I hope is coming.

So, still getting battered, but I’m hopeful.

And yesterday I had a phone call from Chris, who is one of my oldest and dearest friends. He’d just finished reading The Honesty of Tigers and wanted to tell me he loved it. #heartwarm 🙂

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14 Responses to A glimmer of daylight ahead

  1. Val Finnegan says:

    Glad you’re being cautious but feeling a little better. Stay well away from me as I have a rotten cold at the moment myself & I think you’ve had enough yo cope with. Take care xx

  2. Glad you’re feeling better!

    • David Bridger says:

      Thanks, Patty. I’m not, but I’m at that precarious stage where it feels like I might start feeling better soon if I’m careful. If that makes any sense… 😉

  3. Hang in there…better days are coming I just know it. Keeping the faith for ya!

  4. Margaret says:

    Yay for some light at the end of this particular tunnel, and you’re wise to take it slow. Get better.

  5. Kate (boogie) says:

    Of course your friend loved it – it’s great!

    Glad you’re feeling a bit more… well, hopeful about feeling better.

    • David Bridger says:

      Aw, thank you, Kate!

      Thanks for your kind good wishes too.

      Btw, last night I opened a new account in the old place. Posting mostly on the Lost thread. 😉

  6. I’m happy you do sense better health on the horizon. I pray that be true, for what my humble faith is worth. And I agree with your friend about The Honesty of Tigers. It actually inspired me to begin a novel. ~fingers crossed~ Blessings to you and yours.

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