I posted this in Natter a few days ago, but the thread is moving fast and not everyone got the chance to see so I'm posting here as well.
Nilly suggested a Zoom gathering in remembrance of a amyth. Doodle is here: [link]
I will let you know in 24 hours which date is more convenient to most. If someone can post this in the FB group as well, that would be great.
We have a majority decision. Details on when and where we'll meet are in my profile. Thank you all.
Lovely Nilly has sent me her accumulation of birthdays and anniversaries for the Buffistas and their families. It needs a bit of updating, so please send me your special calendar events if you would like me to announce them in Natter so that we can celebrate with you. Nilly has missed keeping the list updated and celebrating with us so very much, but I will try and keep that up for her for the time being.
Hi all, I have just discovered that I have breast cancer & I am hoping that you all have knowledge of resources, websites, books that may proof comforting and/or informative. Thank you.
So, um, this happened. [link]
Had my follow up with my surgeon:
Next: meet with the oncologist. The Breast Navigator should be calling to set up an appointment by the end of next week.
And my doctor gave me medical Goo Be shone to clean up the adhesive from the stern strips. I knew it had to exist. (Not actually called medical Goo Be Gone.)
Hi, everyone, found out some dates regarding the corona anthology I'll be in.
We are pleased to finally have dates for you for the anthology, Covid, Isolation and Hope: Artists Respond to the Pandemic! The online presales for the book begin Monday, October 25, 2021, and will continue through, Friday, December 31, 2021. The anthology is scheduled for publication on Friday, February 25, 2022.
We’re confirming venues to have readings scheduled starting the week of October 25, 2021, and will advise you of any/all dates, times, and locations.
Not sure how many of you are adjacent to the filk scenes in either the SF Bay Area or Seattle, but my wife's "fannish godmother," Colleen Savitzky, passed away this past Monday morning during some pretty dire abdominal surgery. Here is Steve Savitzky's post. No formal obit or plans for gathering yet, but Steve's Livejournal/Dreamwidth will probably be the place to watch.
Colleen and I were not close, but she meant a great deal to Lisa at a time when Lisa was very much discovering who she was and who she wanted to become. And Steve is one of the kindest men I've ever known.
Steve asks us, in the post, to let the folks we love know they're loved. This post is me doing that.
It's mid-November and you know what that means...I GET REALLY PLANNY HOLIDAY-Y.
I am not sure I have the spoons to do much except cheerlead this year and possibly get some things in the mail myself (some of them really really LATE), so Jen P is stepping in to be spreadsheet and communications czarina.
The Holiday Card Exchange IS ON!! Here is the link to fill out the info form to get in on the mailtime goodness. [link]