Sad Times...and a quick fix:)
Well rawbies - it's not looking good apparently. My RFT blog got eaten in the conversion and *might* not be restoreable. It's too big for the worst case scenario of me having to copy and paste it all back together again. SO...I am thanking my lucky stars that I created a 2nd blog on blogspot last year for my raw progression. It isn't a duplicate, in fact, I think it's a little more personal that what I felt I could do here. Anyone wanting to read about my journey up til now can do it do it here on my Raw Progression blog.
In other news, I am on fire about FRUGAL RAW! I'm impatiently waiting to hear back from the publisher about going hard copy. For those of you who don't know yet, I finally was able to finish the chapters I'd wanted to add - one on my annual cleanse which includes a diary of that experience, and also a sprouting/soaking tips and chart section. I've updated the ebook and am now selling the revised edition ($20) on my website, as well as offering the additional chapters ($2.50 ea) to those who already own FRUGAL RAW! as the ebook.
I put some of my art up on eBay (auctions end today) and stupidly didn't think to let anyone know. The auctions end tonight and if nothing sells, I'll have to look and see if it's worth relisting or figure something else out. I SO miss the days of having my art in brick and mortar shops! I'm currently working on a mixed media piece on a large wooden plate themed as faerie cats! It's quite whimsical! I'll be working on that one and garden tending the next few days.
Still loving my job at the hospital. I've been having to sit with a patient the last couple of days because he has a tendency to try to remove his trach and neck brace. Last night he was begging me not to leave him and I felt awful and angry that the administration still hasn't cleared me for overtime. I'm off now until Monday, and my unit is getting slammed with folks who need heavy and constant observation. We're terribly understaffed...I'm willing to work more hours to see that patients get the care they need and to support the nursing staff and yet until I am taken off of "orienting" status, administration won't let me do anything more than the 36 hours per week they've allotted me.