Breathing clean air.
Hello from dark and cold Vermont. I’m blogging late because I stopped being able to get into WordPress through my regular browser and didn’t find a work around until last night (Tim was my workaround). So now I can catch you up.
I have fallen deep into writing With Regards, Stella Ramone. In fact, when I finish this post, I’ll head right into Word and keep on typing. It’s so FUN to write again! And with it being so gray outside for weeks on end here in Lamoille County, I need some pleasant distraction. Saturday I rearranged the plants, decided to keep the tree and its twinkling lights up until April, and we met my brother and his wife for lunch. That helped. Then Sunday I headed to Burlington to see the sun, but even there it was cloudy, so I got some yarn instead. Where is the sun? Are we overcast because of Australia’s fires? If so, that puts things into perspective. My family is safe, we haven’t lost our home, and we are breathing clean air. Therefore, I can put up with this weather a little longer…
I’m slowly getting more feedback on Quill Point, so far all of it positive. One satisfied reader just asked if I would do a sequel. So far, no plans for that, though I do have an idea for extending Evangeline’s story. I’d like to see her grown up, but that means Lucy would be, well, elderly.
The results are in regarding our booth in the mall. We almost broke even, which is really good news, because next year we won’t have to carry the upfront costs we had this year. And we’ll be much more experienced. We sold over 100 tees and over 60 books. Cool beans! Tim gets three gold stars for all his efforts.
Okay, I’m signing off. I’ve a chapter to finish. Check back next week for another segment of Finding Home.