Editor Bryan Rickert with founder and now Video Editor Mike Rehling
Working on the May issue!
I just returned from a short hospital stay. I still have some things to sort out, but for now, I am stable. This is related to a heart issue that is tied to genetics, and my father had the same issue. I have doctors who are holistically oriented and working with me. Lots of tests seem to indicate a difficult to diagnose treatment and they can’t seem to put a finger on the actual ’cause’. No worries. I will survive. I am working getting acceptances out for the May issue in two to three days. Then I have a ‘guest editor’ lined up for the June issue.
Also, the Murtha Contest will go on as planned. Brent Goodman and I are looking forward to seeing all your work.
So sorry for the delay. I will sort out these issues soon (I hope) and get things back on course.
I’m relieved that they helped you at the hospital and you are safely back home.
Sending you healing thoughts and light as you continue to recover.
May you and yours stay safe and well during this virus.
All the Best, Ingrid
Thanks for getting in touch, Mike. Good to know that you are home and stable.
I am not familiar with submitting poetry for publication so am not confident that I can help in that direction.
Best wishes, Stay well.
Glad to hear you are now home and recovering. Rest and take care. Be good to yourself.
sorry you are not well, Mike. We who wait for FH will appreciate it more when it arrives. Good things come to those who wait.
Glad to hear you’re back and even more happy to hear of recuperation. Deadlines don’t matter. Get/stay better & know that we’ll all wait patiently, caring more about the publisher than the publication.
Not to worry. Take care.The world wont stop if you donât get the May issue out.However I wish the hell you would stay clear of hospitals. I am in the same risk category as you and my medical team called me to make sure I understood.I assume it was medically necessary for you to be admitted.I really appreciate what you do, as do others, and really hope you are able to continueBe well.Deep head bowRon Sent from Mail for Windows 10 From: failed haikuSent: Tuesday, May 5, 2020 8:53 PMTo: firstname.lastname@example.orgSubject: [New post] Working on the May issue! mikerehling posted: "I just returned from a short hospital stay. I still have some things to sort out, but for now, I am stable. This is related to a heart issue that is tied to genetics, and my father had the same issue. I have doctors who are holistically oriented and worki"
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Appreciate your thought BUT dying outside the hospital door seemed like a bad idea! 😉 Our hospitals are NOT full of COVID patients, quite the opposite. I was very safe and the hospital was tied down tightly. Our small hospitals are not a risk, and I had a REAL issue that could not wait. No worries.