Dear heavens, is it windy here today! Hopefully New Hampshire isn't blown out to sea, but I'm beginning to wonder. I've noticed this pattern in our weather -- it's either miserable with something wet falling from the sky OR when it's sunny out, it's zero degrees with fifty mph winds. It's the oddest thing.
Monday is supposed to be nice. Cold. But nice. And no wind. I can do cold if there isn't any wind. I'm so ready for spring.
Hey folks, we're interviewing Lynsay Sands on the LASR site on Tuesday. And, though she won't be able to participate in our weekly author chat on Wednesday in the Yahoo group, she has agreed to answer questions if we send them to her tonight. We'll post her answers in the group on Wednesday.
So...if you have anything you'd like to ask Lynsay, email us at lasreviews (AT) gmail (DOT) com today with your question(s). This is a great opportunity to ask a bestselling author anything you'd like!
Incidentally, I'm reading her latest book, Vampire Interrupted, and enjoying it very much!
So yesterday morning, I'm hanging out in my jammies, drinking coffee and working when ... HONK!! ... someone is in my driveway HONKING. It's barely six a.m. on a Saturday, and there's a van I don't know in my driveway.
I wait, figuring he'll get that he's in the wrong place (I knew he wanted my neighbor, just because all the odd visitors we get want my neighbor), but he just sat there. Honking.
Finally I stuck my head out and yelled, "Hello? You're at the wrong house!" He looked around, said, "Oh." and drove off next door. And honked.
Oh the joy of our "quiet" neighborhood.
The neighbors killer weimaraner came to visit yesterday as well, when DD was out with Dakota. This dog has bitten a kid twice, and he attacked Bailey once. He's not a nice dog. It's not his fault...he's an abused pup (which makes me incredibly angry, but that's a story for another day) but I sure wish his owners would make sure they don't let him out without his invisible fence collar.
I heard my DD yelling, "Hunter! GO AWAY!" in our backyard, early in the morning. Thankfully, the dog is mostly scared of people (even if he will eat your pets), so he stayed back. But... why don't people control their animals?
So, we had an interesting morning yesterday.
No writing yesterday. Dang it. I'm frustrated because I'm at a really exciting part and I want to see what happens! I will hide today and write, if I do nothing else. I'm going to try for 2000 word to catch up.
What These Daisies Say About You
You have a spirt of pure optimism. Your view of the world is eternally cheerful.
You are bold and vibrant. Incredibly striking, you always stand out in a crowd.
You are adaptable and flexible. You can thrive in almost any situation.
Okay... so this isn't even close. I'm the least optomistic person you'll mee and I am NOT adaptable. I hate change. But, striking? Well of course. Didn't you see that quiz a while back that said I wasn't humble? *G*