Due to requests, here are pictures of the pistol bathroom accessories I bought in Wyoming. I do love them, and I do enjoy hearing from readers, so thank you. I’m including a picture of the ‘antler’ door knobs I bought for the kitchen cupboards, too. I didn’t buy those inWyoming. They were on an online purchase I just couldn’t resist. I figured they matched all the ‘dead’ things hanging on the walls from dear hubby’s hunting over the years. Various fish, birds, deer heads and a very old elk head we inherited (long story) decorate our living room walls. The coffee table and lamps are made from moose antlers and I’m still on the lookout for the ‘right’ ceiling fan made from antlers to replace the one over the dining room table. I’ll find it eventually.
On to writing. I’m hoping to wrap up the final edits of my first roaring twenties story today. What a hoot this story has been. The second one is well underway too, and I’m having just as much fun writing it as I did the first one. I’m meeting a very dear friend for supper this evening. She’s going to help me brainstorm the story that blasted into my head while hubby and I were in Cody, Wyoming. This story has a ghost in it, and I need her expertise to really flesh it all out. I like to have two or three stories going on at the same time. That way, if I run into a block on one, I can work on another one while the first one gains momentum again. I have a Colorado lumber baron picking on the back of my mind I’ll have to get outlined soon, too. It’s all good and I’ll never complain. Not about writing anyway.
Thank you, too, dear readers, for keeping Christmas Cowboy Kisses on the historical and holiday best selling lists. You are so awesome! I do hope you are enjoying Tanner and Anna’s story!
One final thing—the field trip to the apple orchard was fun. Cold and rainy, but spending the day with Isabelle gave me lots of inside warmth. Next week is the pumpkin patch with Hayley and I’m looking forward to it. They will spend Friday night with us. Hayley brought her suitcase over last night—since she was already packed.
Count your blessings every day, you’ll be amazed by how many there are!