Correcting my limitless lack of knowledge, one post at a time.
I started reading if earlier but as the kids had another day off from school due to snow I didn't get timeto finish it. I'm looking forward to doing so though.
I guess there could be such a thing as too many snow days. Thanks for making the attempt anyway. There's mention of the beach, but I don't know if that would be a good thing or a bad thing at this point...
I read it all, and I was enthralled. Seana could tell tales to kids on snow days and beach blanket afficiandos . . . and I know, I just know . . . they'd tip their faces up to the sun and ask, "More. May we have more?"Thank*you Seana for the honour of how well your sheen makes the spotlight scene AT THE BIJOU when a Fab*Feb*Film*Fest comes on screen.~ Absolutely*Kate, appreciative for the RatPack Revue plug ... where writers' raves will be readers' faves. Rat-a-tat-tat!
Oh, I will certainly be popping in on the Rat Pack. And looking forward to it!
There is definitely such things as too many snow days. As for the beach, if the temprature is above 60 it's a good thing.
I really hope the situation changes for you all soon. It sounds tough.
Thanks Seana, I'm not sure if the snow and temps in the teens are completely over, but we have a week of temps in the 70's coming and I now have windows open and AC off. For now Texas is beautiful.
I just finished your story. It makes me want to to be 13 again.
Thanks for reading it, Glenna, and I'm glad it had that effect. Personally, I wouldn't go back.