I live in Florida, so Spring is pretty much always in the air. And if it isn’t Spring here, then it’s Summer.
Fall, Winter and the word “Cold” are merely words I used to know from way back when I lived in Colorado. In the cobwebs of my mind, I do recall driving to work on icy roads with snow piled up in great mounds along the way. I miss looking at it. I don’t miss driving in it.
Winter of that caliber in Florida is only a few select days throughout the fall and winter months. No snow, but the temperature has dropped into into the twenties a few times. I can’t remember the exact number as I’m not allowed to discuss the matter with any of my friends who live north of me. Apparently I don’t know what cold is. Which is probably accurate these days. 🙂
LOL – And yet it’s true.
My wish is for Spring to hurry up and get here. I want all my friends who live in the northern tundra to dig out and enjoy a life without snowdrifts everywhere, icy roads each day, and close-toed shoes as their “only” choice of footwear. 🙂
Why, yes. I am barefoot right now, how did you know?
I love the first several days of the new year. I always feel like I have a fresh beginning ahead of me. I can do anything that I want to with this fabulous new year. Although, I suspect I’ll do what I usually do and just write some more books. 🙂
Hopefully, I’ll write even more than I did the year before. I’m ever hoping to improve my stats.
I’ve started two new series for this year in two new genres. One is a paranormal shifters series set in my new fictional town of Spellbound, North Dakota. One is a contemporary Sci-Fi with aliens from another planet living in my other new fictional town of Cavalier, Wyoming. But I’ll also continue to write the contemporary cowboy series, Montana Double Riders. And, yes, you guessed correctly. It will continue to be set in my “other” fictional town of Enclave, Montana. Looks like this will be my biggest challenge for the new year, juggling several different series, in several different genres, and in several different states with several different fictional towns. 🙂
But I’m excited about it. While most of the time I write on a computer, nothing makes me happier than seeing a blank piece of paper with a pen nearby. For me that visual creates even more limitless writing possibilities.