That is what the roof of my car looked like a week or so ago when I went out to go to work one morning. We had a bit of rain the night before, and then it cleared up overnight and got really cold, so I got treated to a pretty frozen picture on my car. Even better, yesterday, we got our first snow, and I’m not talking flurries. I’m talking between four and five inches of snow, starting in the morning, and going on all day. It was gorgeous. Of course, it’s already been melting, since it was sunny today, so by the time the really frigid temps get here later in the week, the snow will be gone. Unless the “snow showers” in our forecast for Thursday turn out to be something more.
And (I can’t believe I’m saying this) I actually hope they’re just snow showers, because it looks like I have a long drive into another state for a family funeral at the end of the week. So I will be okay with no more snow for the next week or so. After that, maybe we can have a blizzard.
On a more positive note, we have a very pretty tree in our living room right now, with purple lights on it. And I am working on my writing goals for 2018. I did get a lot of writing done this year, but with all of the other things that have occurred in the past twelve months, I haven’t managed to get any of these things to the next step. That needs to change for in the next twelve months. I’m ready for the new year to kick off with all kinds of great possibilities, and I’m going to get my goals fine-tuned in the next week or two so when we get to this point next year, I have more than new words to show for my efforts. Like re-releasing Hunting Medusa, and getting the other two books in the trilogy ready for readers, too. I’ll have my work cut out for me in 2018, and I’m ready.
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Are any of you working on your goals for 2018 yet? How’s your list coming? Almost there, or does it still need some fine-tuning like mine?
Here’s hoping you all have a wonderful week!