Monday, March 28, 2011

The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow

I used to really hate that song when I was little.  Maybe it's because on days that I wanted to feel glum and depressed my dad and Grandma Graves always thought that it was time to break into song.  Oddly enough, it never worked to cheer me up.  But somewhere in my recent years it has actually changed.  I'm not really sure that a pessimist can turn into an optimist but maybe they can at least feel like one sometimes.  Let's just say that life moves on or some other little catch phrase of your choosing.

My new disappointment is a temporary set back with my book.  Before it can be formatted properly there are a few little changes that need to take place and right now I am not able to complete them.  Getting my wisdom teeth pulled ended up being more of a worst case scenario than I had expected and it has greatly set me back.  The swelling and bruising still hasn't finished and I've now learned that I have severe reactions to codine.  Pushing my book back even a week, maybe more, is very difficult for me but it looks like it is also unavoidable.  I've been looking forward to this for so long.  But the truth (grumble grumble grumble) is that the sun will come out tomorrow and some time very soon my book will be released and my jaw will stop hurting.

Unless the world gets destroyed before then.  Did I mention that I'm a pessimist?


  1. Not March 29th then? Guess I'll just have to bide my time with JK Rowling. Your mouth will stop hurting, your book will be released soon, and yes, the sun rises in the East and sets in the West,.. but we might not see it tomorrow, if it's like today.

  2. Penny-Actually being a night auditor I don't really see the sun much but it is nice knowing that it theoretically still rises and sets! The release should be quite soon and you'll be one of the first to know once it is!