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Heartwarming Small-Town Romances and Thrilling Mysteries

Hubby and I returned to our summer dwelling this past week. He was only here a day before flying off to the Arizona mountains for fun in the sun with a high school buddy of his. I’ve enjoyed a week of peace and quiet. Mostly, I’ve rested after my trip to Boise, the hurry home to clean and pack for the trip back, and the two-day trip home. Being back in my own bed has felt REALLY good!

Last fall, I hated to leave here to go down there because I would miss my dear friends and my house so much. This spring, I hated to leave there to come here because I would miss my dear friends and my daughter’s lovely ranch style home so much. I’m still a homebody, but have two places to “homebody” in. That causes some stomach churning with each move, but it all seems to work out fine. It’s just an adjustment I have to make twice a year.

Even though I miss my friends in South Dakota and Texas at opposite times, I’m very blessed by having two places to stay and having friends in both spots. I don’t take that for granted. My closest friend in South Dakota and I do zoom calls all winter, and I email and text the others. I try to keep my Texas friends apprised of my comings and goings via Facebook. That way, I’m still in touch with them all. I love technology.

To give you a heads up, I have three of the five weekends in June taken up by book signing events, one in Casper and two here. I have a 50th high school reunion in July (I hope I will be able to get there) and two more book signing events in August. So far, that’s the schedule. It’s a very busy summer. Somewhere in there, we hope to host our son and grandsons from out of state and our daughter and son-in-law at the same time. Having our family together is rare which makes it exceptionally wonderful.

Keep checking back here to see what’s going on. And check back to see when my new book will be out. I’m making final changes to it and can hardly wait to let you see it!

I will both lay me down in peace, and sleep; for you, Lord, only makes me dwell in safety. Psalms 4:8

2 Responses

  1. New book. Yea. Almost same feelings with our two homes. In AZ though most of our friends go back to their summer homes. C u sometime.this summer

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