Even if you don't read this on Fridays. :)
This morning as I sit here at my desk, the sun is coming up and a few thin clouds are stretched across the pale blue sky. The birds have been singing every morning even before the first hints of dawn have streaked the eastern sky. It must be spring!
I have a little "friend" I'm watching as I type. He/she is on my window sill and is not much larger than the head of a sewing pin. It's eight thin legs are hard to see as it moves here and there, spinning a neat web to catch another tiny bug. I watched him eat one yesterday. :)
This week has been rather crazy. Saturday was pretty normal.
Sunday we only had 3 full families and two members of another family at church so it was a smaller group. But that did mean I got to play with my "Baby Doll." We "washed" dishes together. She loves bubbles. :) When we left church, there was snow on the ground and it was snowing!
Monday it warmed up and I played quite a bit of "catch-up."
Tuesday was Salsa Day. We spent the morning making it. My sister-in-law and the kiddos came over and helped. Well, we pretty much had the salsa cooking when they got here, so I read and played with the kids. Sis-in-law did the canning for us. :)
Wednesday was writing class day and, since I hadn't been able to prepare on Tuesday, I had to do it that day.
Yesterday we babysat the kiddos from about 4:30-9:30. At least it was nice enough to take them out to ride bikes before supper. :)
I did get some writing done this week. In fact I'm now 3/4 of the way done with Book 3 of the TCR. It's fun to see things coming together but the hardest part is before me, so keep praying. I have about 14 parts left to write. (Unless the books goes a little longer.)
Are you tired of the Graham Quartet? You only have 5 more parts after today. Oh, I need to get some other short stories written! :)
The Graham Quartet and the Mysterious Strangers
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