It’s Monday and I have this one and another Monday left before my summer break begins. I love working at a school, but working at one is intense and I need a break.
WARNING!! Grandkid Cuteness
My granddaughter told me the other day, as she was hugging the stuffing out of me, that I smelled like a flower. I told her she looked like a beautiful flower.
Last Friday was my first Friday’s Interesting People post and it was with Hart Johnson. Thanks to everyone for stopping by. And thanks to Hart for being the first! I learned new things about her.
Future FIPs (Tentative)
June 15- Mary Aalgaard, Piano teacher and freelance writer
June 22- Kit Grady Illustrator and author
June 29- Elizabeth Spann Craig, Author
You may remember, I’m editing my A-Z posts with the hopes I can make it into an eBook. Some of the changes I’ve made and things I've learned:
1. Some stories are now longer.
2. I didn’t like one of them The Good Bargain and wrote a new one. I like it much better.
3. The Wedding of Mrs. Fox, to be continued, now has an ending.
4. I’ve added a bonus story called The Duration of Life. Staying true to my theme of using a Brothers Grimm title I chose this one. Then I dug out the tarantula story that I entered in some contest added a beginning and changed the ending and BAM a new story. Sort of new.
Did you know that I have another blog? Have you ever wondered what I do over there? It’s not too sinister. I write memories from my childhood and eventually I’ll write some from adulthood, keeping my rural roots in mind. Along the way, I’m learning from those memories about who I am and how I got here-- in this place. It’s interesting.
The newest post, at The Ruralhood, is about a drive-in movie theater of my youth and not just any drive-in, but a unique one called the Autoscope. If you like movies, drive-ins, or people talking about the 70’s and you have a minute, go visit The Ruralhood.
Do you have more than one blog? Why? Do you have any child cuteness to report? Have you taken your vacation yet?