We spotted this Cadillac in Wyoming. My hubby remembered seeing it as a child and wondered if it would still be there, and sure enough, it was. Turns out, it’s been there for over 50 years.
Oh, and speaking of cars, butterfly nets do not fit in the trunk of a Mustang. After picking up my granddaughter from Vacation Bible School, and after eating lunch at her favorite restaurant, KFC, we did a little shopping. She and her little sister both picked out butterfly nets. One pink, one green, with long bamboo handles. I’d said whatever they chose was fine, so we drove home with handles bouncing around our heads.
This has been a week of contracts. Harlequin called yesterday and offered contracts on two stories, Unclaimed Bride, a long story about a mail order bride, and One Wish, a Christmas story for their Western Christmas Anthology. (Titles are working titles and subject to change.) And the Wild Rose Press is coming out with a new series, Honky Tonk Hearts, and just today offered to contract a story in that series. Exciting days!
We are dog sitting this weekend, which makes the neighbor dog very happy. She’s been here all day, playing with the boys. Even now, while they are inside napping, she’s snoozing on the front porch, waiting for when they are ready to come back out and play.
That’s all for now, enjoy the rest of June, the 4th of July will soon be upon us!