At least that’s what I keep telling myself. In Feb. Washington had its snowiest Feb. and broke a 70 year old record. I’m sure we did.
Luckily the snow melted and I was able to make it to the reader conference I was attending. The reader conference was in San Antonio and I had a lot of fun, meeting readers and talking to other writers.
The day I was due to fly home there was snow again, but luckily it didn’t hit my area. Since then we’ve had a few days with snow, what I’m calling funny snow. It starts off as rain, goes to a snow/rain mix, then snow. But we’re warm so it melts right away, except when it lands on grass or dirt. Then it starts sticking. The good thing is it melts right away.
This last weekend was Daylight Savings Time. I’ll be honest, I hate the time change. It really messed me up and I lose track of time. Here in Washington they’re putting through legislation that we will stay on Daylight Savings Time year round so we’ll no long have to change our clocks. I’m all for it.
As most of you know based on my posts, I’m a writer. A romance writer to be exact. I write romances that are on the spicier/sexier side, but they’re always romances with a happy ending. I’ll be talking a bit more about my writing in the coming months.
Have a great day and I hope you can enjoy the weather where you are.
And of course what would one of my blog post be without a picture of Penny, this was taken on Sunday 3/10: