Cold Day in July

Hey Folks,
Today I’ll start with the ROW80 report.

I woke up yesterday about 5:30, the current book I’m writing demanding my attention. I tried to get back to sleep, but to no avail, the story wouldn’t leave me alone. The need to write was almost unbearable, the story demanding to be told. I got up, booted up the computer and set to work. 
Yeah, when my muse strikes, she uses a Thor’s Hammer. On the bright side, I got lots done. Close to 6500 words for the week. Go me!


Now for the farm news. This summer has been unnaturally cold. The last two days we have considered putting a fire on in the stove. However, as you can see from the pics, the garden isn’t minding the cold. 



Truth is, I’m loving the cool weather too. When we walked the dogs today we noticed the trees heavy with new cones, the delightful chill in the air, and a few bergs still floating around in the bay. 

This coming week will be somewhat hectic. K goes in for her knee replacement on Tuesday. I’ll be spending a lot of time on the boats and at the hospital.

Well, that’s it for me today folks.

Be well
Be blessed
Be good to each other
Pru

4 thoughts on “Cold Day in July

  1. Cindy, Steph, Karen, thanks for the encouragement. This has been a busy week. K had a full knee replacement on Tuesday, I brought her home yesterday, and as you can guess, both the garden
    nd the WIP have been a bit neglected this wee. However, she's doing fine and things should return to normal soon.

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