Happy Holiday season my lovelies,
I do hope all is well with you. I say happy holidays because those of you out there may have different religions and beliefs. Giving doesn’t have to mean things that cost money. You can give your time and/or something homemade. Be with those you love.
This winter season has been tough on my writer. The furnace in her house has been on the sketchy side for three years now. Finally, her hubby did some major research and fixed it (after the nice man from the HVAC business nearby made a house call). On top of some other changes, my writer is updating her websites with the help of a friend. (Thanks Em!)
I’m following her example and I’m muddling through updating my own. It’s time for the letting go the old and making way for the new. Winter Solstice will be upon us all soon. Enjoy your precious time with your family and friends! Best holiday wishes to you all!
Hello my dark ones!
We have a blizzard going on today across the whole state. It would be beautiful. but for the wind. I don’t mind the snow. I don’t like the cold and the whiteout conditions.
My writer has some beans on to soak, coffee in the pot, and a venison skirt steak in the slow-cooker. She just released the next book in the series, Waking the Devil. She’s hard at work on my next book, AND an unfinished werewolf novel. (I can’t be jealous because she works on the wolf story when we -the vampires- are unavailable.)
We are safe and snug here on the ranchette. Even though Kansas is CLOSED by order of the Governor of Kansas, we prepared for this weather a few days ago. Hopefully, by sunset, the winds will stop. I will take a walk and help my writer dig out so she can get to her day job in the morning. We have several inches of snow where it hasn’t blown off or drifted.
Be safe. Carry your winter survival kit in your vehicle. (Candle and matches or flares, cat litter, salt, BLANKETS or extra clothing, first aide kit, shovel, ice scraper, jumper cables, flashlights, non-perishable food, and tow rope, PLEASE.) Watch the weather, be aware of changing road conditions, and STAY SAFE.