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  1. Mashi ~ Head of the White Ajah If we talk about it, I’m fine. If we don’t talk about it, I’m fine.
  2. Welcome back to another Community Round-Up! There’s been a lot happening online within the Wheel of Time fandom since we’re all locked up with nothing to do. First off, Rafe Judkins—the showrunner for Amazon’s Wheel of Time television show—is also bored! He answered fan questions on Instagram! You can see a full analysis from Adam Whitehead here, including the complete transcript of the questions and answers. Speaking of bored, there are plenty of WoT themed online activities. One JordanCon’s Facebook page, Rick Martin posted an acrostic puzzle for people to try! Some crafty people are also using this time to craft WoT inspired items. This cross-stitch pattern made by Caz Willows caught my eye! It’s an amazing design and I love the mix of Aes Sedai colors and scary Trolloc skulls. If you’re interested in trying this—and cross-stitch is pretty easy for beginners!—you can purchase the pattern from Caz’s Etsy shop! And Dee Tee has a Discord channel with WoT Spoilers dedicated to testing your Wheel of Time knowledge. Stop by for a visit and play a game, or just mingle with the amazing people! And as tradition dictates, we’ll end with some memes. Okay, not really Wheel of Time related, but I thought this was fantastic! This raises an interesting question. If Mat's wily ways had continued in the Two Rivers, would any of his pranks gone far enough to land him in jail? Does Emond's Field even have a jail? The Pattern's face says it all. I don't think the Black Ajah is as cute as this, honestly. That concludes this Community Round-Up. Let's try to keep our spirits up as much as possible during these trying times! Besides re-reading Wheel of Time, what other actives are keeping you from going stir crazy?
  3. Welcome back to another Community Round-Up! There’s been a lot happening online within the Wheel of Time fandom since we’re all locked up with nothing to do. First off, Rafe Judkins—the showrunner for Amazon’s Wheel of Time television show—is also bored! He answered fan questions on Instagram! You can see a full analysis from Adam Whitehead here, including the complete transcript of the questions and answers. Speaking of bored, there are plenty of WoT themed online activities. One JordanCon’s Facebook page, Rick Martin posted an acrostic puzzle for people to try! Some crafty people are also using this time to craft WoT inspired items. This cross-stitch pattern made by Caz Willows caught my eye! It’s an amazing design and I love the mix of Aes Sedai colors and scary Trolloc skulls. If you’re interested in trying this—and cross-stitch is pretty easy for beginners!—you can purchase the pattern from Caz’s Etsy shop! And Dee Tee has a Discord channel with WoT Spoilers dedicated to testing your Wheel of Time knowledge. Stop by for a visit and play a game, or just mingle with the amazing people! And as tradition dictates, we’ll end with some memes. Okay, not really Wheel of Time related, but I thought this was fantastic! This raises an interesting question. If Mat's wily ways had continued in the Two Rivers, would any of his pranks gone far enough to land him in jail? Does Emond's Field even have a jail? The Pattern's face says it all. I don't think the Black Ajah is as cute as this, honestly. That concludes this Community Round-Up. Let's try to keep our spirits up as much as possible during these trying times! Besides re-reading Wheel of Time, what other actives are keeping you from going stir crazy? View full news item
  4. Thanks for thinking of me, @LilyElizabeth! There's just so much going on right now I'm a tad overwhelmed. As far as my recovery goes, I've hit a road stop. I had some separation in the stitches (much worse on the right breast than the left) and it set my recovery back another three weeks. I'm seeing my doctor weekly, which is lovely because I'm the type to freak out. She's been amazingly compassionate, understanding, and calming. So I'm not overly worried, I'm just frustrated that it's taking so long to heal. I've been unable to look at my wounds because it grosses me out so much, so my husband has taken over changing my bandages every day. After I shower, he has to clean them with hydrogen peroxide, add a medicated ointment of some sort, then add on a special medicated gauze (called xeroform), then put on the regular, absorbent gauze. It's a lot, but he does it lovingly and without complaint. I'm so lucky I've got such a wonderful spouse! A lot of my swelling has gone down, but my doctor let me know it'll take roughly six months for them to stabilize at the size they'll be from now on. So far, I think they're still too large, but we'll see how much more they can shrink. If not, I've already talked to her about possible liposuction to get the results I want. So, it's been rather stressful with all this going on and also the forced isolation and trying to instruct 10-year-olds with online learning. Are all you hanging in any better than me?
  5. It’s with great sadness our friends at JordanCon announced they will have to cancel the convention for 2020. In a statement released earlier today, Jennifer Liang, the convention chair of JordanCon said: It may take some time to work out all the details, including prepaid merchandise, members's tickets, and the hotel room blocks. Showing patience and understanding during this hectic time can go a long way for the JordanCon staff and board of directors. Many of these smaller conventions are taking massive hits from the Covid-19 pandemic. As a non-profit, JordanCon functions year to year, and this hiccup could cause lasting damage. I’ve seen many people on social media call for those who are fortunate enough to donate their ticket fees to the convention. This could help recoup some of the losses on the horizon. I am more than happy to support JordanCon and all it stands for. I purchased two tickets--one for me and one for my husband--and I will donate that to the convention instead of asking for a refund or having the paid price apply to next year. There will be other ways we can support JordanCon authors and artists. Many of them are also struggling with so many conventions being canceled. For those who earn their livelihood on the con tracks, now is a scary time. You can find the full list of JordanCon guests. If you’re able, buy a new book to read during quarantine! Support an artist and buy a new print to brighten up your living room! JordanCon is a family, and we want to show our family we are here for them. Keep up with the latest from JordanCon on Facebook, Twitter, or their website. View full news item
  6. It’s with great sadness our friends at JordanCon announced they will have to cancel the convention for 2020. In a statement released earlier today, Jennifer Liang, the convention chair of JordanCon said: It may take some time to work out all the details, including prepaid merchandise, members's tickets, and the hotel room blocks. Showing patience and understanding during this hectic time can go a long way for the JordanCon staff and board of directors. Many of these smaller conventions are taking massive hits from the Covid-19 pandemic. As a non-profit, JordanCon functions year to year, and this hiccup could cause lasting damage. I’ve seen many people on social media call for those who are fortunate enough to donate their ticket fees to the convention. This could help recoup some of the losses on the horizon. I am more than happy to support JordanCon and all it stands for. I purchased two tickets--one for me and one for my husband--and I will donate that to the convention instead of asking for a refund or having the paid price apply to next year. There will be other ways we can support JordanCon authors and artists. Many of them are also struggling with so many conventions being canceled. For those who earn their livelihood on the con tracks, now is a scary time. You can find the full list of JordanCon guests. If you’re able, buy a new book to read during quarantine! Support an artist and buy a new print to brighten up your living room! JordanCon is a family, and we want to show our family we are here for them. Keep up with the latest from JordanCon on Facebook, Twitter, their website, and the FAQ.
  7. Welcome back to another Community Round-Up. There’s been a lot happening online as the world around us crumbles. First up, JordanCon is holding a “Fantastic Artifacts Through the Ages March Madness.” It’s a 16-bracket game with artifacts from all over the sci-fi/fantasy realm (many are Wheel of Time related, of course). Voting on the first bracket has begun: Mjolnir (Thor’s hammer, from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and also Norse mythology) vs the One Ring (from Lord of the Rings). Go cast your vote! Earlier this week, Jaymie Greenway highlighted the most badass Aes Sedai in the Green, Red, and Gray Ajahs. Jaymie’s reasoning is spot on! And I’m so happy to talk about Red sisters we know and love. They had a rocky ending, with Elaida going so crazy, but the core of what makes Reds Red is still there and they are badasses! I can’t wait to see the other Ajahs covered—especially the White, since that is my Ajah! In gaming news, Animal Crossing New Horizons for the Nintendo Switch is set to release this Friday (March 20th). This series belongs in the fantasy genre as well since all you do it interact with talking animals. I’m a huge fan of the Animal Crossing franchise since they released the original for the Nintendo GameCube in 2001. Also, who in this community doesn’t love building maps? The fan-made Happy Island Designer online app allows you to pre-plan your New Horizons island getaway. And that’s how I’ll be spending my time this week off work! And let’s leave on a high note! I’ve got lots of great memes from around the WoT social media communities. First, KatySedai on Instagram helped us all remember to wash our hands for 20 seconds. And now the memes! There's been a lot of discussion going around on "well-turned calves." I know that's what I was looking for when I met my spouse. And on that note, you can see some of the best memes from Shai'tan Posting on their new page Valan Luca's Well-Turned Meme Menagerie. As a huge fan of Nynaeve, I loved it when Sharina made an appearance in the actual timeline. I'd love some more information on how the raising ter'angreal interacts with the main world and all the parallel/mirror worlds. That's all for now. Remember to be safe out there! If you get bored in quarantine, share your favorite WoT memes with us. Post in the comments below.
  8. Welcome back to another Community Round-Up. There’s been a lot happening online as the world around us crumbles. First up, JordanCon is holding a “Fantastic Artifacts Through the Ages March Madness.” It’s a 16-bracket game with artifacts from all over the sci-fi/fantasy realm (many are Wheel of Time related, of course). Voting on the first bracket has begun: Mjolnir (Thor’s hammer, from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and also Norse mythology) vs the One Ring (from Lord of the Rings). Go cast your vote! Earlier this week, Jaymie Greenway highlighted the most badass Aes Sedai in the Green, Red, and Gray Ajahs. Jaymie’s reasoning is spot on! And I’m so happy to talk about Red sisters we know and love. They had a rocky ending, with Elaida going so crazy, but the core of what makes Reds Red is still there and they are badasses! I can’t wait to see the other Ajahs covered—especially the White, since that is my Ajah! In gaming news, Animal Crossing New Horizons for the Nintendo Switch is set to release this Friday (March 20th). This series belongs in the fantasy genre as well since all you do it interact with talking animals. I’m a huge fan of the Animal Crossing franchise since they released the original for the Nintendo GameCube in 2001. Also, who in this community doesn’t love building maps? The fan-made Happy Island Designer online app allows you to pre-plan your New Horizons island getaway. And that’s how I’ll be spending my time this week off work! And let’s leave on a high note! I’ve got lots of great memes from around the WoT social media communities. First, KatySedai on Instagram helped us all remember to wash our hands for 20 seconds. And now the memes! There's been a lot of discussion going around on "well-turned calves." I know that's what I was looking for when I met my spouse. And on that note, you can see some of the best memes from Shai'tan Posting on their new page Valan Luca's Well-Turned Meme Menagerie. As a huge fan of Nynaeve, I loved it when Sharina made an appearance in the actual timeline. I'd love some more information on how the raising ter'angreal interacts with the main world and all the parallel/mirror worlds. That's all for now. Remember to be safe out there! If you get bored in quarantine, share your favorite WoT memes with us. Post in the comments below. View full news item
  9. That sounds awful, Mother! I’m sure I would have fainted too if I saw a hole in my pinky. Blugh. When I looked at my wounds I was laying in bed just in case I did get woozy. It wasn’t as bad as I’d feared though. And I didn’t look long. Lol!
  10. Thank you all for your continued thoughts! I’m healing as best I can. On Monday, the surgery lasted five and a half hours. There was a lot to take! I wasn’t thrilled with how quickly they released me. I don’t remember the car ride home—though I talked non stop—and I only gained consciousness when we pulled up to our house. The pain was so minimal the first day, but by the second I was taking the pain killers they gave me. I had my post-op appointment on Wednesday and the doctor said everything was looking good! My anxiety hit hard at her office because they started pulling off all the wrappings and the gauze and it freaked me out. They had to lie me down and elevate my legs and give me an ice pack. It drained me. Thursday was the day I could shower. I couldn’t work up the courage to do it. But I did shower Friday morning and I felt a ton better! I stopped taking my pain meds (opioids) on Wednesday and I’ve been taking Advil instead. The pain is almost non existent. It more an uncomfortable feeling not one that hurts. I drove myself to Walgreens yesterday (less than a mile from my house) and got more gauze to line my bra. The wounds are still leaking quite a bit. I showered again this morning and FINALLY worked up the courage to look at myself. During the showers and changes of clothing I’ve kept my eyes shut tight. I looked and I cried. It’s so horrible looking! I’m so bruised and swollen. It’s awful! I’m totally numb around the center of my breast, where they moved the nipples to, and it’s all discolored. But my hubby says it looks so much better than on Wednesday when they removed the first bandages. My doctor gave me the go ahead to return to work on Monday—assuming that they don’t cancel school in our district. So the process has been long but I’m steadily improving! ❤️
  11. Welcome back to another edition of Community Round-Up where we highlight all the latest happenings in The Wheel of Time fandom and the larger Sci-Fi/Fantasy community. This week there have been some major reports about the Amazon Prime show. Adam Whitehead went into detail about the four directors picked for Season 1. The four selected are being celebrated for their diversity. To see more of their resume and what to expect from them behind the camera, you can read Adam’s article here. Theoryland is still going strong with Matt Hatch’s The Dusty Wheel podcast and fans passionate to discover some of the left-over hidden truths of the series. Recently, The Dusty Wheel hosted a chat about one of the great mysteries: Nakomi. The fact that there is still so much left to speculate on The Wheel of Time shows how timeless the series is—and will continue to be. You can listen to the whole episode of The Dusty Wheel here, and be sure to check out all their Wheel of Time content! JordanCon released a statement that the convention is still on! They are continuing to keep up to date with the recommendations of the CDC and will let all members and fans know if the situation changes. Let’s hope we can all make it there for our traditional homecoming! You can read more from JordanCon here. And what’s a round-up without memes? The ones feature today come from the Facebook groups Screw You All, I Love Wheel of Time and, one of my favorites, Shai’tan Posting. (One of my favorite scenes in the series!) This meme from Shai'tan Posting even had hilarious comments, like: "Sorry, I didn't hear you over the sound of the dice in my head." "#powercouple" "Change of plans. This escape is now a kidnapping. ~Mat that's-not-your-empress-that's-my-wife Cauthon" "He's like, I wish I could get off with only death by slow torture." As a math teacher, I love the Venn diagram memes.... That's all for this edition of Community Round-Up. Which theory about Nakomi do you think is true? Let us know in the comments!
  12. Welcome back to another edition of Community Round-Up where we highlight all the latest happenings in The Wheel of Time fandom and the larger Sci-Fi/Fantasy community. This week there have been some major reports about the Amazon Prime show. Adam Whitehead went into detail about the four directors picked for Season 1. The four selected are being celebrated for their diversity. To see more of their resume and what to expect from them behind the camera, you can read Adam’s article here. Theoryland is still going strong with Matt Hatch’s The Dusty Wheel podcast and fans passionate to discover some of the left-over hidden truths of the series. Recently, The Dusty Wheel hosted a chat about one of the great mysteries: Nakomi. The fact that there is still so much left to speculate on The Wheel of Time shows how timeless the series is—and will continue to be. You can listen to the whole episode of The Dusty Wheel here, and be sure to check out all their Wheel of Time content! JordanCon released a statement that the convention is still on! They are continuing to keep up to date with the recommendations of the CDC and will let all members and fans know if the situation changes. Let’s hope we can all make it there for our traditional homecoming! You can read more from JordanCon here. And what’s a round-up without memes? The ones feature today come from the Facebook groups Screw You All, I Love Wheel of Time and, one of my favorites, Shai’tan Posting. (One of my favorite scenes in the series!) This meme from Shai'tan Posting even had hilarious comments, like: "Sorry, I didn't hear you over the sound of the dice in my head." "#powercouple" "Change of plans. This escape is now a kidnapping. ~Mat that's-not-your-empress-that's-my-wife Cauthon" "He's like, I wish I could get off with only death by slow torture." As a math teacher, I love the Venn diagram memes.... That's all for this edition of Community Round-Up. Which theory about Nakomi do you think is true? Let us know in the comments! View full news item
  13. The surgery is tomorrow at noon. I can't eat after midnight tonight so we're going to gorge on pizza at 11pm. *lol* My anxiety has been pretty low so far, but I will have to take my Xanax tonight before bed and tomorrow before the surgery. I'm just ready for it to be over so I can focus on being happy in my body. I'll keep you posted on how it goes! Thank you all for your positive thoughts!
  14. JordanCon is a little more than a month away, and while we’re all looking forward to seeing our Wheel of Time friends and family again, we need to take a moment and address the current state of the world. As the Covid 19 virus is becoming more widespread, JordanCon wants all members—past, present, and future—to know they are taking every necessary precaution. JordanCon stated on Facebook earlier this week: Obviously keeping everyone safe is the top priority. But as long as conditions remain stable, the show will go on! Purchasing refundable plane tickets might be something to consider if you haven’t invested in tickets yet. Also, follow the recommendations of the CDC while traveling. JordanCon will take place at the Crown Plaza Ravinia in Atlanta, Georgia, from April 17th through the 19th. You can still pre-order tickets to all three days on JordanCon’s website. The pre-order option is available until March 20th.
  15. JordanCon is a little more than a month away, and while we’re all looking forward to seeing our Wheel of Time friends and family again, we need to take a moment and address the current state of the world. As the Covid 19 virus is becoming more widespread, JordanCon wants all members—past, present, and future—to know they are taking every necessary precaution. JordanCon stated on Facebook earlier this week: Obviously keeping everyone safe is the top priority. But as long as conditions remain stable, the show will go on! Purchasing refundable plane tickets might be something to consider if you haven’t invested in tickets yet. Also, follow the recommendations of the CDC while traveling. JordanCon will take place at the Crown Plaza Ravinia in Atlanta, Georgia, from April 17th through the 19th. You can still pre-order tickets to all three days on JordanCon’s website. The pre-order option is available until March 20th. View full news item
  16. The deadline to purchase the JordanCon 2020 anthology Become Legend is fast approaching! Order by March 25th to ensure you get a copy. This week’s author interview is with Saki Marie Harp talking about her addition “The Storyteller.” First, can you tell us about your writing? Is this your first published work? I have been writing for fun since my teacher told me I had written a brilliant story in first grade. After a spinal injury, I began writing for sanity. I don’t have the stamina to write proper novels, so I tend toward short stories and poetry. Though recently I spend much of my time focused on writing and arting comic books. I also love to verb. While I have had some poetry published long ago, this will be my first published short story. Where does your story fall on the speculative fiction scale? It’s fantasy, but there’s not really a lot of magic or anything. Just a dash of demon-human interbreeding. What excited you the most with writing this story? The story I submitted was unfinished. It was a mishmash of ideas and feelings that began as an exercise in writing a scene for a signing audience. It’s been exciting to see it change into a cohesive story with a meaningful message that I’m rather proud of. Are there any themes you want readers to get a sense of? The fantasy genre is full of interesting cultures and manual languages, but somewhat devoid of deaf or mute characters and cultures. I’m just doing my part to represent diverse abilities in fantasy. Is there a specific inspirational source you used for this story? The theme of the anthology is legends. In my research, I looked for folk tales featuring deaf people and found only one obscure Japanese myth. I was also inspired by the legend that the Plantagenet family descended from demons. I combined the need for more deaf stories and demonic fun times to create a new legend and a meta-legend. One plus one is three, I guess. What else would you like to say to your readers? Thank you for reading. I hope you like it. I’m looking forward to writing some more stories and comics featuring dis/differently-abled characters. I may even revisit these characters at some point, because now I’m curious about what they get up to after the end of the story. Thanks for talking with me Saki! You can find out more about Saki and her writing by following her on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, or checking out her website. To pre-order your copy of the anthology, you can visit JordanCon’s website.
  17. The deadline to purchase the JordanCon 2020 anthology Become Legend is fast approaching! Order by March 25th to ensure you get a copy. This week’s author interview is with Saki Marie Harp talking about her addition “The Storyteller.” First, can you tell us about your writing? Is this your first published work? I have been writing for fun since my teacher told me I had written a brilliant story in first grade. After a spinal injury, I began writing for sanity. I don’t have the stamina to write proper novels, so I tend toward short stories and poetry. Though recently I spend much of my time focused on writing and arting comic books. I also love to verb. While I have had some poetry published long ago, this will be my first published short story. Where does your story fall on the speculative fiction scale? It’s fantasy, but there’s not really a lot of magic or anything. Just a dash of demon-human interbreeding. What excited you the most with writing this story? The story I submitted was unfinished. It was a mishmash of ideas and feelings that began as an exercise in writing a scene for a signing audience. It’s been exciting to see it change into a cohesive story with a meaningful message that I’m rather proud of. Are there any themes you want readers to get a sense of? The fantasy genre is full of interesting cultures and manual languages, but somewhat devoid of deaf or mute characters and cultures. I’m just doing my part to represent diverse abilities in fantasy. Is there a specific inspirational source you used for this story? The theme of the anthology is legends. In my research, I looked for folk tales featuring deaf people and found only one obscure Japanese myth. I was also inspired by the legend that the Plantagenet family descended from demons. I combined the need for more deaf stories and demonic fun times to create a new legend and a meta-legend. One plus one is three, I guess. What else would you like to say to your readers? Thank you for reading. I hope you like it. I’m looking forward to writing some more stories and comics featuring dis/differently-abled characters. I may even revisit these characters at some point, because now I’m curious about what they get up to after the end of the story. Thanks for talking with me Saki! You can find out more about Saki and her writing by following her on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, or checking out her website. To pre-order your copy of the anthology, you can visit JordanCon’s website. View full news item
  18. Do you want to breathe new life into your hardback set of The Wheel of Time novels? If so, Juniper Books has just released a set of dust jackets that encompass all fourteen books within the main series and includes New Spring, the prequel. Juniper Books specializes in creating dust jackets that have a visual aesthetic. The Wheel of Time set shows an image of a dragon with the ancient symbol of the Aes Sedai in the background. The complete set together looks stunning and can be visually appealing on anyone’s bookshelf. If you already have all the books in the series, you can buy only the dust jackets. If you don’t have all the books and you want them, now’s a good time to buy the books and the dust jackets all at once! Though these are not officially released by Tor or by anyone on Team Jordan, they were made with their approval. Juniper Books said, “We are so thrilled that Robert Jordan's wife and editor Harriet McDougal and co-author Brandon Sanderson both love this design. Celebrating Robert Jordan's incredible story with this jacket design has been an honor for the Juniper Books team. The design pays homage to the Dragon Banner, set against a backdrop representing The Flame of Tar Valon and the Dragon's Fang - opposing elements that represent the themes of balance and the cyclical nature of time present in the series.” To learn more about the other book series Juniper Books wares, you can look at their catalog here. Would you like to have these covers on your shelf? Let us know in the comments! View full news item
  19. Do you want to breathe new life into your hardback set of The Wheel of Time novels? If so, Juniper Books has just released a set of dust jackets that encompass all fourteen books within the main series and includes New Spring, the prequel. Juniper Books specializes in creating dust jackets that have a visual aesthetic. The Wheel of Time set shows an image of a dragon with the ancient symbol of the Aes Sedai in the background. The complete set together looks stunning and can be visually appealing on anyone’s bookshelf. If you already have all the books in the series, you can buy only the dust jackets. If you don’t have all the books and you want them, now’s a good time to buy the books and the dust jackets all at once! Though these are not officially released by Tor or by anyone on Team Jordan, they were made with their approval. Juniper Books said, “We are so thrilled that Robert Jordan's wife and editor Harriet McDougal and co-author Brandon Sanderson both love this design. Celebrating Robert Jordan's incredible story with this jacket design has been an honor for the Juniper Books team. The design pays homage to the Dragon Banner, set against a backdrop representing The Flame of Tar Valon and the Dragon's Fang - opposing elements that represent the themes of balance and the cyclical nature of time present in the series.” To learn more about the other book series Juniper Books wares, you can look at their catalog here. Would you like to have these covers on your shelf? Let us know in the comments!
  20. I have no idea what PAX paint is! But I bet a bald cap would come in handy for an orc cosplay. Any updates on how it's coming together?
  21. Oh! Since I heard some Asian business are struggling with racism due to myths about the coronavirus, my hubby and I are eating at lots of Asian food places. We went to two different locations this week. Hopefully more next week. I want to support our local Asian-American community. For dinner tonight I had vegetarian (which has been kinda difficult at a few of the restaurants) eggplant garlic, with vegetable lo mein and steamed rice. YUM!
  22. Oh, I think I get it! I ship it! For Arie! ❤️ *bow chika bow wow*
  23. Good points, Liitha! I do understand I may not get exactly what I want. At the same time, I'm paying a lot of money for this so I want it done the way I want. *lol* Anything smaller would be better, and that's what I need to focus on. As for bikinis... what do you think of this one?
  24. Thank you all for your love and support! When I feel the overwhelming fear, I remember to focus on the positive outcome: I looked at bikinis at Target the other day and fantasized about being able to fit in one! I bought a shirt online that's a tad too small; it a few weeks, it'll fit! I'll be able to exercise without using the sports bra that fits in the cup, but not the band that I had to sew so it'll stay on and it's impossible to get on, and more impossible to take off while sweaty! I'm torn with wanting the next weeks to go by fast and dreading the surgery date coming too soon. I know I can turn to you all when I'm starting to get too worked up.
  25. *lol* The more chocolate, the merrier! Thanks, Ryrin! I'm gonna have to bake this weekend now that I've seen so many yummy treats!
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