It’s been quite a while since I posted anything other than a book review. But I recently looked back at some of my posts from when we were traveling with the drug education trailer and I really enjoyed reading about our adventures and the people we met and the food we ate and the sights we saw and the sites we visited.
The Chihuly Gallery remains a favorite. I’d love to return there someday.
Anyway, I thought I should give an update about what we’ve been up to since we’ve been sidelined.
David took care of some long planned house projects. We put in new flooring, painted our wood-burning stove and hearth, as well as the living room, dining room, kitchen and hallway. We also bought some new furniture pieces and painted some others. The house feels bigger and cleaner!
I kept busy with my day job working in agriculture media and pesticide safety. And I received a long-awaited and very exciting offer to sign a publishing contract with Sunrise Publishing! I’m co-writing a romance novel with Rachel Hauck, a New York Times best-selling author. It will be set in her beloved fictional town of Hearts Bend, Tennessee. We’re hard at work on it now and having a blast. I love being a part of the Sunrise family. Everyone there is a joy to work with. The book will debut in February. I’ll be releasing the name and cover on social media in the next few months.
We were able to take some trips to Yosemite and one to Hawaii. It’s been a blessing to be able to keep in contact with friends and family via Zoom, FaceTime, and WhatsApp. We mostly attended church online, but are starting to go in person again. Social media is both a blessing and a curse and I have a love/hate relationship with it.
We’re not sure when we’ll be back on the road with the drug education trailer. But I’ll keep the blog updated when we know something.
Thank you for reading this far! Talk to you soon!
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Great update. House looks so nice and yes, it sure is opened up now. I see you changed the TV cabinet and hutch too. I know that represents a lot of work. Congratulations!
I’d love to know how aunt Deanna is coming along. I see Dale and his jokes on Facebook all the time and that is fun. Of course he doesn’t say how he’s doing.
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