I’m celebrating sharing the book, Sophie Skates, in connection with the Winter Olympics. I love watching the gracefulness of skaters.
I celebrated (and am still celebrating) my college son who sent me a delightful picture text. My smile ignited!
I’m jumping for joy: the Powerpoint is ready for my presentation next week. I have been working on this idea of a book (thanks to my dear BONS group) for Noticing Craft in the Books You Love. I have written a draft and another and yet another. And then it has sat, away. This time, I didn’t reread anything I had written. I began with a blank page for an outline. The explanation seemed clearer. In fact, the points were there all along; I just needed time to reflect, to believe, to try again.
BONS, thank you! We finally were able to meet – no snow, no rain, no schedules. Wait – yes, there has been but we overcame! (Missed you, Tam.) My email title was “Desperate to Meet”. We listened, shared, celebrated. And we laughed!!! My dear friend, Tammy, is the best story-teller. The snowsuit story definitely is one I will remember – and needs to be written. You rival Robert Munch on that one, my dear friend.