Challenges and More

Glad this is a short month and once my commitment to blog every day is over, I can take a breather now and then.

It's not that easy to come up with something interesting to say each and every day--and maybe what I do say isn't that interesting.

We've had some challenges in our personal lives lately: heater went out during the coldest weak, telephone quit working, oven in stove quit working, well went dry. Thank God for a handy husband who manages to figure out how to fix things.

One of the toilets overflowed at church during the service--everyone pitched in to take care of that problem.

My daughter-in-law had to drive to the L.A. airport to pick up her daughter and children and I-5 is closed due to snow and she's having to drive through Tehachapi where there's probably even more snow. How she's going to get home, I have no idea.

And while all this is going on, I'm trying to squeeze in moments to do some promotion for No Sanctuary.

As Scarlet said, "There's always tomorrow" or something like that.



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