The weather is perfect right now! I love when the trees and bushes start to change colors and there is a tiny nip in the air. Our family took a walk yesterday on the greenbelt to enjoy the beauty! Hope you are enjoying your weather wherever you live!
Today I’m being interviewed over at Linda Clarke’s blog about my Eyes of Light series. Pop on over to her site and find out weird facts about me, and hopefully, not so weird facts about my books.
And now for some miscellaneous mishmash:
*My husband and boy found these bacon doughnuts and said they’re delicious. I believe them, but still want to try one for myself to make sure they’re not pulling my leg (I’m like that with chocolate too).
*On my husband’s last Scout campout, one of the boys caught a snake and let it bite his finger. The boy’s dad asked him later: “What if it had been poisonous?”
And the boy’s answer was, “It wasn’t. It bit my finger and I was fine.”
Okay then. (In case I haven’t said it before…boys are weird)
*Also on that same campout, they started out in fair, sunny weather, and then a storm came over the mountain and hit with hurricane gusto. Their campsite flooded, their charcoal was soaked; they tried to drive back down the road to some tiny town to get pie that night, but the road was washed out from a landslide. A ranger turned them around to leave out the top road before it got washed out too. So they came back early from their campout, but had to stop in town as they returned at 11pm for Sonic desserts (I totally understand that. One must have their dessert no matter storm or tempest).
Here are a few pictures of my Dad’s train room I finished painting recently; a few of you asked to see pictures…so here you go. I should have taken video of his train going all around. It leaves that room and goes into the family room next door and then back into the train room. You can tell from the pictures that my dad is pretty proud of how his train room is coming together. He’s waited decades to get all us kids out of the house so he could do this.
Do you see the mountain biker I put in the painting to represent my husband?
*And last, but not least…my kids can sleep anywhere…and in any position. This is them in the back of the truck on the way to a campout last month. I was shocked they had fallen asleep this way without fighting over personal space. I guess that’s enough mishmash for now. Enjoy fall wherever you are (unless you live south of the equator…then enjoy Spring).