Writing "in the cracks of the day"
Is right. :)
That's a LOT of snow! And looks like your little one is ready to play :) I hear more is coming this weekend and hope you will not be completely buried in it. Maybe you'll have to make a snow cave ...
Yikes, really? I haven't even bothered to check the weather forecast. I think a snow cave may be in order. :)
Hope you are all staying cozy, Faith!
Thanks, Debbie! We're staying warm, snuggling a lot in front of the fireplace with some good books. :)I hope you're staying warm, too!
Wow! I can remember when we would get blizzards like that when I was a kid growing up in western Nebraska, but they're rare anymore.
I've only seen a couple close to this, and I've lived in some pretty snow-friendly areas (Buffalo, New York, for example). But besides having heaps of snow all around, I can't really complain--we didn't lose power like some in the state, and our street is plowed now--my parents (half an hour away) are still waiting to see their street!
Thanks! I'm lucky I got it...it was in the last dying breaths of a broken camera. :)
Beautiful!! I've just been catching up on your posts on my Kindle. It's always such a delight to read what you choose to write. You're so interesting, intelligent and charming! Not to mention creative and inspiring! I loved your post about the librarian who recognized you for the true writer you are. Your time will come, Faith - of that I have no doubt. Keep querying, keep writing and all the pieces will come together. I promise!! xoKiki
Aw, thank you, Kiki! You're always such an encouragement and inspiration to me.
What a dear photo. So glad you didn't lose power!
Me, too! :) As much as I love old-fashioned things, I get grouchy about giving up the luxury of a hot shower. ;)
Is this Lucy?
THAT is adorable. And FUN! (Though I pity the person who had to do all that digging!)