Mid-Week Field Notes–October 27, 2021

Some very quick things:

  1. As some of you know who read my Monday #52snapshot post, I was unexpectedly hospitalized on October 14 and underwent gall bladder removal surgery on October 17. My recovery was proceeding fairly well until last night when I experienced a major setback. I don’t know if the extreme pain (the kind that makes you scream out for one’s deceased mother) was caused by something I ate or the resumption of a diabetes medication. I am taking things very slowly and have appointments set up for physical therapy, occupational therapy, and my doctor.
  2. Sign up now for a free, 90-minute workshop on Writing Your Family History, Sunday, November 14, at 2:00 pm ET. To register, comment below or send an email to barbaradkrasner(at)gmail(dot)com.
  3. Last chance to register! The History of Genocide in Cinema, Part II, a Zoom webinar sponsored by the Mercer Holocaust, Genocide & Human Rights Education Center.

Happy Writing!

About Barbara Krasner

History writer and award-winning author Barbara Krasner writes Jewish-themed poetry, articles, nonfiction books, and novels for children and adults.
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6 Responses to Mid-Week Field Notes–October 27, 2021

  1. Susan Tarcov says:

    Take care of yourself, I hope you feel better soon!

  2. steve pollack says:

    Dear Barbara,
    Take good care.
    My wife had her gall bladder removed several years ago. Her pain, healing from the surgery, took a month to subside.
    Steve

  3. Erika D. says:

    I hope you feel better soon, Barbara.

  4. Arlene Schenker says:

    Thinking of you, Barbara, and hoping you have a full recovery soon.

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