First rejection letter came in today for Jaded as of 12:27 p.m.
As some people I know would say, a rejection letter is a good thing. It's a sign that you are out there and submitting. Ever since being in that same mind frame, I feel more accepting of the rejections, even though I want to be accepted pretty badly, instead of actually feeling like I'm a reject and that my work sucks. Of course the way you remedy that is to first edit your work as well as you can and then submit it, instead of the other way around, which I have also done before. Mostly due to laziness.
Well, I was just in the process of making my lunch. I'll write more later after I do my writing.