I took my mother shopping this morning, and snowflakes were in the air! Goodness, goodness. It is May 2nd! While we were out and about we ran in my daughter-in-law and granddaughters, so we spent extra time just roaming the store visiting. It was truly delightful.
Lots going on in World News today, and though I’m extremely thankful for all the men and women who work tirelessly to keep us save and our world thriving, as well as the men and women who bring us the news, I had to turn the TV off. Too much of anything is well, too much.
Nights with the Outlaw was released yesterday. Yeah! It’s a short story—right around 15,000 words. The heroine is a ‘pig farmer’ in Nebraska and I really enjoyed writing this book, especially the opening scene where she is stuck in a tree with a pig rutting the roots below her. The ‘hero’ comes along to save her, but soon he’s stuck in the tree as well.
Love Western Romances just posted this wonderful review for Wildcat Bride. If you haven’t visited Love Western Romances, those gals do a great job of keeping readers current on western reads. Check it out when you have a chance.
Have you ever tried one of those chickens in a bag? You get them in the fresh meat section at the store and bake them in the bag they come in until the little red button pops. I hadn’t, but my son raves about them and suggested I try one. I made it last night, and it was delicious! Much more food than Papa and I can eat at one setting, so tonight I’ll make a thick stew with homemade egg noodles from the leftovers. If you try one, I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.
Have a wonderful week and keep dreaming!