Friday, November 1, 2019
Family and writing life .....Roxanne Rustand
Here in the Upper Midwest, we've had unexpected weather for this time of year--autumn leaves are still on the trees, but we just had four inches of snow, temps down into the 20s, and high winds this week. This is a photo taken of our deck. Out in the yard, it may look as if the snow was light and the grass is still showing, but those are gold and yellow leaves blanketing the snow after all of the wind.
Yesterday evening the little trick or treaters were out in coats and snow boots. Brrr!
I'd intended to write this post early on Thursday, but the day ended up busy with writing, unexpected errands and then the chance to spend the evening with our son and his family, so I'm typing this in the wee hours of Friday morning. Ironic, really, because I planned to write about how one can get behind because "life happens" and indeed, life (happily) simply got in the way.
It happens for all of us, doesn't it? Whether we are writers or have other careers, are busy stay-at-home moms, or are holding down a fulltime job and raising children. Whatever season of life we're in, it's a blessing if we can be busy and involved, and an even greater blessing if we have the good health to enjoy it!
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Best wishes to you all,