I just hit the new post button to write up my blog… they changed things… just when I was beginning to get used to the way the old one worked. What are they doing to me? Now I am totally lost, but I shall learn again. Sigh. To be fair I have found a few tags that I recognize, not many, but they are there and maybe there is hope for me yet.
I had a decent night’s sleep, Snoop only got me up 4 times. He is sleeping in this morning and will probably come to see what I am up to in a few minutes. He actually enjoyed this week as I was being lazy. Parts of that is about to change as I am not only determined to read several books before I leave for the mountains on the 16th, yes, that is right, I am leaving town and the Snoop cat behind for a while. No, he will not be a happy camper, but I am only going to be gone 9 days. He has people who will see to all his needs.
We are bracing for the results of last weekends deluge, further West of us they got up to 24 inches of rain and it is headed for us via the waterways. It isn’t pretty and you really have to feel for the people who have been hit by that. We only got a portion of it and I thought that was bad. I have been thinking for years now that there was a time when where we live used to be the bottom of a huge glacial lake and mother nature is trying to refill it. People who live by the lakes here are beginning to think the same thing as their homes go underwater again. There is just no end to the wet stuff and it is destroying people’s lives. My heart goes out to them as time after time they work to rebuild their lives. They are brave people.
In the time I have taken to rest my mind has slowly been gathering information about the two books I am working on… I really haven’t written anything on them, just let the stories filter through the fog. The novella that was supposed to come out about the Eagle Claw family in the High Kingdom will be a full novel, that means I will only release 3 novels and 1 novella next year, sorry. (Probably) Snoop seems content with that count and I am thinking that if he is, so will everyone else.
Well, signing off here, hoping everyone had great national holidays and that things will improve on the flood front. Don’t you wish things were ideal for everyone all over the Earth? What a world that would be.
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Glad you are getting some reading in. I feel very bad for the people facing having those homes flooded again. It makes me wonder why people keep rebuilding in areas that are prone to flooding. They have more strength of will than I do by a long shot. I think I would move but all places have their own problems I guess. Loved the blog and it is fine with me there will only be 3 novels and a SS next year I am sure FTK@TEEwill be worth it.
Yes, the water situation is scary. Each year it seems to be the same and not only in the spring melt time like it used to be. There are fields and fields of crops expected to go underwater.