Just Me Again
The post that was supposed to be here today, didn't arrive, so I'm going to fill the space.
Anyone who follows me on Facebook and reads this blog regularly, know I'm on a blog tour at the moment. For the most part it's gone fairly smoothly. One person didn't remember getting my information, so the post appeared a day late, but we are all forgetful at times.
I've been working on a new Tempe Crabtree mystery while doing promotion for Unresolved. The two series are very different except for the fact they are both about law enforcement and solving crimes--and of course, family relationships.
With the new mystery I've had three different people who I was sure committed the murder--but all of a sudden I've realized it's someone else completely. I may have to go back and do a bit of rewriting of the beginning to make it work, but I do think this is the way it's going to go.
We're getting ready to leave on a trip tomorrow to visit my eldest daughter and her family--two married grandkids and five grandkids in all. We don't get to see them often, so I'm really looking forward to ie.
I don't worry about writing about leaving home, because we're leaving behind our son and daughter-in-law, granddaughter and grandson-in-law and kids, and so many dogs I don't know how to count them.
Because I will still be on the blog tour, I'm taking my iPad along so I can let people know what blog I'm visiting each day and make appropriate comments. I plan to take plenty of photos too.
I don't have any photos yet of me with my hair that I'm no longer dying, hair of many colors.
We've been watching some episodes of Blue Bloods we missed since we no longer have regular TV, but only Roku--certainly more to watch than we can keep up with. We subscribe to Netflix, Acorn, Amazon, and CBS.
Anyway, that's what's been keeping me occupied lately, besides the usual chores.
I'm glad it's May, though it's starting out to be too warm already.
Oh, and of course, and most exciting, we've welcomed a new great-great grandchild into the fold, Asher.