They’ve been bracing north Texas for this ice storm for three days now, and my younger daughter’s bus driver even told her not to expect to go to school today. So when I got up this morning and checked the weather, most of everything was open, and I went outside to see how bad the ice was on the steps (because they can be deadly when they’re iced over) the air was not that cold and there was not a sign of ice anywhere.
My daughter was not happy about that. I had to placate her with a McDonald’s breakfast.
So today is the last day of the National Novel Writing Month, and if I work diligently I may actually make half the word count. Oh well.
It’s not like I’m going to stop writing it. Not when its getting more and more fun to write!
So happy end of November to everyone! Christmas is definitely on it’s way and this is the first time in years that I’ve felt any Christmas spirit. I think we’ll get some lights for the veranda tonight.
Oh! Look! A picture of clouds!
I took this almost exactly a year ago. I always thought it looked like a set of lips…