Thursday, January 31, 2008

How to spend a snowy day...

Have a coffee klatch with other writers, chat writing and conferences, share ideas, and boost your inspiration for when you next sit at the computer to write.


Attend a kingergartner's hoe-down!
















Hug a child, and...



Thank God for little girls...











Hug a good dog.



Share a pizza with a writer friend and her kids.







Do art work with two little girls. Hold a Webkin for the first time. Learn how these creatures help teach responsibility, among other things, to children.



















My thanks to Carol Lynne for the coffee, a big hello to Marianne Stephens, author of Second Sight Dating, hugs to Jess, Delaney, and Riley. Mwah! I had a really good day.

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6 Comments:

At 6:56 PM, Anonymous Carol Lynne said...

Hugs to you, Sunny! The girls and I had an absolutely wonderful day with you and Jess. As a matter of fact, they asked me this evening when Jess can back over to play. LOL

You're a dear friend and one hell of a helpful mover. LOL

Blessings,
Carol Lynne

 
At 6:40 AM, Blogger Lyn Cash said...

Ha - forgot about the furniture moving :)

I passed the message on to Jess - she loved it. Said if the girls want a wall mural or something special for their room, let her know.

 
At 7:14 AM, Blogger Trace said...

Sounds good to me!

 
At 6:28 PM, Blogger April said...

Here's the question... How do you get a snow day if you don't get snow??? ;o)

 
At 4:53 AM, Blogger Sam said...

Snow or rain...here it's all rain. Ugh. Luckily my daughter has lots of homework so I can help out a bit.
And coffee - yes - tons of it!

 
At 12:21 PM, Blogger Lyn Cash said...

*wave to Trace & Sam* :)

April (lol) - I suppose we don't need an excuse to do any of those things. Snow day just worked for me. - hehehe

My son always wanted me to home school him. Time goes quickly - I'll be lucky if I can do that with a grandchild even a little bit. *sigh*

Enjoy your day, ya'll. Trace, good to see you - hope you're well. It's almost 'baby time' for you.

Sam, I think of you so often, and I wonder what it's like in your neck of the woods. When I think of snow and France I think of the movie "American Dreamer" - corny movie about romance authors that I just adored back in the 80's - lol. LOVELY shots of Paris, and that fireplace scene at the end with the kids, reading, snowy window panes...*sigh*...

 

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