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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Babbling.

It's been a while, so today the babbling happens.

I've been unable to keep up with comments, but that doesn't mean I don't read them, because I do, every single one of them, and I appreciate that y'all take the time to comment, very much. I try to answer questions, but am sure I miss some. Trying to write more books means less time for other things, but I try. And I don't mean that to come across in any way obnoxious, something I always worry about online. When you can't see a person's face or hear their voice, it's easy ti misinterpret their true intent. I've sure done it before >.< If there's ever a question y'all need answered, please email me or FB message me, either one.

On the personal front, Elijah was diagnosed with autism a couple of weeks back. We noticed months ago that he wasn't speaking or acknowledging us when we tried to get his attention. Minimal eye contact as well. It's just taken a long time to get the diagnosis, and Amber did get a second opinion, too. Elijah's still the same little boy with the curly hair and big blue eyes. He's doing better with speech, and interacting with us. He'll be all right. However, we've all been spending more time with him, making sure he gets lots of interaction and he's very bright. He knows his alphabet, both by sight and verbal, and can count up to thirty-two on his own. We're all learning what we need to do to help him, and that will involve classes that we all attend in the evenings, mostly.

So there's that.

Mom is back home from her Ohio visit :D

I'm still working on Adal. Have to take that story all the way back to part of Isaiah so anyone just jumping into the Spotless series will know what's going on there. It's harder to do than I thought but it'll get done.

Today some friends and I shared desk pics on FB. That's the pics I have for here today, my work area. And Pnut. Because he's cute.


I have rocks, yes, and messy stacks. 

And PNut watching me. 

My TJ & Amal stash

I usually use the laptop at the desk... Also, note the pic to the left, that ST drew me for my birthday back in Jan. That's Levi, from Attack on Titan. :D

Not the desktop. And okay, I have a LOT of TJ & Amal stash, including two books...

Okay, gotta have at least one sexy man pic...




Image credit: <a href='http://www.123rf.com/photo_26202378_hot-handsome-young-man-with-fit-muscular-body-in-front-of-ocean-water.html'>curaphotography / 123RF Stock Photo</a>


7 comments:

Tekikat said...

Pnut is cute! Thanks for showing your work space...like you l keep things on my desk that inspires me :-)

nikirenee said...

Hi Bailey, Im sorry your life is seeming so hectic. I understand everyone wants your attention including your fans. My heart goes out to your family as I know having a special child is a challenge. I like to look at it as an opportunity to see the world from a different view point. My grandma would say that God has his reasons even if we don't understand them . Now you just have to wait ,watch and see if you can figure it out. I hope you guys have patience. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Good luck. :)

Shorty Chelle said...

Babble away Bailey, I don't mind. I know your a busy woman so I understand. Glad Elijah is doing well. He seems like a happy little boy. :) You'll get Adal finished. Can't wait for it to come out though, but I'm patient. Loved all the pics especially the last one, mmmm, lol. Have a wonderful evening.

ElaineG said...

I think you blog WAY more than most authors...you always let us know what's going on, and I for one am always happy to hear from you no matter what the post is about. I don't think sorry is the right word for Elijah's diagnosis, because I know several children and a few adults with autism, and they are all phenomenal people. Just because someone learns differently and expresses themselves differently doesn't mean they are not made of awesome. I also think it's great that your whole family will continue to embrace Elijah and help him learn, while teaching yourselves too. That is pure love right? Love to you all!

Cinders Osborne said...

Love the pictures, Your little boy has a great family for him and no worries on answering you have a lot of followers..sounds like you have a cult?

Melinda said...

Always love the babbling. I hope the Autism becomes a little easier to handle. Loving the pics.

Misty*G said...

Woman, breathe and don't worry about us. Babble away. With the amount of stress in your life it is amazing you do as much as you do. Family is the most important thing for you to focus on right now. We are here and we aren't going anywhere.

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