Forgive me, folks, for not posting even though I have been on the net again with a borrowed computer since yesterday morning. I went to the doctor yesterday after posting the Eric Fisher Wood story for a post-hospitalization check-up. I still have not quite got the hang of the med changes they made, so I have been feeling more than a little under the weather.
Insofar as all your kind donations to the computer fund have been, I must say I am overwhelmed. We will be able, with the money and equipment that has arrived or will be here in the next couple of weeks, to have some needed redundancy so that if one computer goes down we will not miss a beat on the blog.
As for Absolved, I am tweaking the final chapters now. Also, tomorrow or the next day, you will be treated to a new chapter, Chapter Thirty Two.
I want to go back to the subject of the donations because they really overwhelmed me. One fellow sent four singles and 4 quarters taped to a Christmas card with the notation, "All I can afford, but it's yours." I must confess I thought of the widow's mite and about burst into tears right there in the post office.
Everyone who donated will get an autographed copy of Absolved (or two or three or more, depending upon how much they sent). Again, I cannot thank you enough.
God bless you all.