I am so glad to be blogging again. My “Monday posts” aren’t “real posts” and I haven’t written a real post in a long time, it feels. While I was working on the novel, I could think of a million things I wanted to do, one of which was writing-anything other than the novel! However, I was surprised to find that once crossing the finish line, I didn’t want to write anything at all! It has taken me this long to regain “the itch” to write. In the meantime, I’ve read a novel and had some good conversations and sat on the hearth by the fireplace until late at night. It has been a jolly holiday. But now, I have the itch again and am merely waiting on the blogging habit to redevelop.
As far as other writing projects on the horizon, they’re still up in the air. However, I am watching them drift slowly down like snowflakes, some much faster than others.
Needless to say, I’m not the only one to talk about here. Eyrie Park has been lively as usual. Here are a few shots (I’m stealing off of my talented photographer sister‘s camera) of recent events.
|My mother, Jubilee, myself, Sabrina and Birdie at Beauty and the Beast, the broadway musical which came to town. This was so much fun!|
|Francy—perhaps a bit exhausted from our busy Autumn?|
|Molly, who pretends to be a present under the tree, year after year!|
|Willin preparing for Christmastime (as we all have been.)|
|Another example of my younger sister’s talents! This peppermint pie was one of her many recent masterpieces.|
|The making of Saint Lucia’s Day doughnuts!|
|So if you were wondering, life at Eyrie Park remains…|
|And sometimes even crazy-good!|