Sorry to hear you were not feeling well, but glad you are on the mend.
I actually spent the last three hours or so typing my letter to you.
I am being disciplined and keeping my fingers on the home row. It is slower at this point as compared to my modified hunt and peck, but I am hoping that with practice the speed will pick up.
The one thing I did notice is that with the Dvorak keyboard, since so many of the most commonly used letters were on the home row, you were able to type without mastering the whole keyboard. Every once in a while I would pause to think where a seldom used letter was. With good old QWERTY, the home row keys are the seldom used ones!
It is now 9:25 PM and I want to print this out before the 9:45 PM count. I have been working at the side tables since around 6:30 PM. I took my shower tonight at 6:00 PM.
I am eagerly awaiting a letter from you and am feeling a little guilty in that I think I may have piled up a few "requests" for you in the last letters, not figuring that they would end up piling up. Just do not worry, get to them when you can.
I will continue to type the letters you sent tomorrow.