> On Apr 6, 2018, at 11:27 AM, Charles Rivard <wee1s...@fidnet.com> wrote:
> Thanks for the update.  The time table for game development doesn’t start 
> until you’re ready to start it, so don’t be concerned, and don’t rush it.
> If you think you're finished, you! really! are! finished!!
> From: Liam Erven
> Sent: Friday, April 06, 2018 4:09 AM
> To: blind-gamers@groups.io
> Subject: [blind-gamers] Updates on What's Going ON With LWorks
> Hi Everyone.
> As you know, I've been working on Brain Station, but have been quiet for an 
> extended amount of time. I thought I'd take a moment and explain what's up.
> Around the middle of March I was hospitalized for about ten days. I will not 
> go in to the particular details of why since it's rather personal, but 
> needless to say it was not a fun time. The end result is that I  was put on 
> some pretty strong medicine which my body is still adjusting to. It tends to 
> make me tired and foggy. Coding to say the least has been almost impossible.
> I'm hoping that by the middle to end of April I'll be back to working on 
> code, but I just don't know. Meds may have to be adjusted which can be a long 
> process.
> I still plan on releasing Brain Station, but I don't have a time table at 
> this moment.
> I just want to let the community know that. 1. I'm perfectly okay, and 2. I 
> haven't forgotten about you guys. I still have games to make, and I plan on 
> getting them done.
> Liam
> Sent from Mail for Windows 10
>  I hope and pray that you get feeling better and that everything works out 
> for the best. Can’t wait until you finish working on the new game so that I 
> can play. Once again focus on getting better in healing and getting those 
> medicines adjust it.

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