The air feels strange, odd....the cold wind that's been pestering us the last few days has quieted down. Clouds are piling up behind the mountains -- a storm's coming. Glad I got the clothes washed and on the line yesterday...just a quilt (the Log Cabin that stays on our bed all winter) and a few sheets are hanging, slightly rippling.
Daffodils are still struggling to stand upright after the last blizzard buried them. Two hyacinths started blooming this morning...poor guys.
Corned beef and cabbage are bubbling in the crockpot...good food for the bluster coming in tonight.
And in the middle of the rush over writing this book, comes reassurance -- Three important things:
(Thanks, Brin of MessyThrillingLife, for reminding me:
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I've started a new blog! Actually it's two, but they'll have the same posts:
Anything frugal, anything on saving money, time and energy...that's where it'll be.
I hope you'll take time to visit.
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