Monday, July 13, 2009
Happy SummerJuly's such a time of celebration, isn't it? I hope you're enjoying it. We are. We had a nice 4th of July with my extended family and just came back from General Butler State Park in Kentucky, where we spent the weekend with the boyfriend's side. All of my kids and five of the six grands were in one spot, which is just about as happy as it gets for me.
RWA's National Conference is this week in Washington D. C. this week. I wish I was there, as I always do, but it's never at a good time or place for me. I went one year, when it was in Chicago, and I loved it, but I wonder how it would be now. I'm so much older and my interests are different.
Books of the month--I've gotten away from that, haven't I, so I'll name a few. First up is Cheryl St. John's The Preacher's Wife. I'm less than halfway through it and forcing myself to put it down between chapters so that it doesn't end too soon. I've also been reading Mary Balogh's newest series. While I freely admit to preferring her shorter books, the long ones are wonderful. I've been reading Carla Kelly's as soon as they come out--I think the ink's still wet when I start reading--and loving every talented word of them.
Have a great July. Find something to celebrate!
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