Two things. First one--I'm on my last day of vacation, tomorrow my man and I drive back to Boulder and spend the afternoon getting ready to return to normality.
Second thing, and, um...ok, here's where it gets funny. If you follow me on twitter or facebook, you already know: I bailed on the Alpine Superslide, which is a ride where you have a little personal bobsled-like thing and drive it down a steep track. And I naturally declined to brake when I should have, so I tipped over onto my side and slid that way for about 50 feet before righting myself and carrying on. No big deal, except now I've got friction burns all over my right side, particularly my right hand, which got pinched between me and the wall. So typing is actually kind of painful, and I'm icing it and it should be better soon, but I probably won't be posting the next part of The Academy until tomorrow evening. I'm sorry for the delay, but I'm paying the price for speed. I'm pretty sure it'll be better enough tomorrow that I can type more freely. Sorry!
In other news, my vacation has been awesome:)
PS, thanks to everyone who's read, rated and/or reviewed my story Making It Work, your reception of it has been great and I'm so pleased. Contemporary office romance, who knew I could do that?