Well, it’s Sunday again… how did that happen? It’s been a very quiet Thanksgiving weekend with a lovely dinner at sister Pam’s house and otherwise just hanging out here at home, working and writing. Yesterday, we got our holiday decorations down from the attic–is it me or do the boxes seem to multiply up there in the heat over the summer? Husband and I broke into them and got all our outside lights and decorations put up since it was quite a nice day. They turned out pretty nice, don’t you think?
There’s a lot going on promotion wise for The Fireman’s Christmas Wish. Right off, we’ve got a terrific contest going on through December 15 over at Fresh Fiction–click the link and go take a look. A fun Christmas Comes to River’s Edge Holiday Giveaway.
Secret Santa Days starts on December 2 over at the Dangerously Dark Darlings Facebook group–more fun, more prizes. Don’t miss it.
Kim over Read Your Writes Blogspot starts her Tule for the Holidays event tomorrow–fun, fun holiday celebration of Tule books, including yours truly’s–so check it out!
And I will be signing books next Sunday, December 4 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Whyte Horse Winery, 1510 S. Airport Road, Monticello, IN. Road Trip!! Hope to see you there!
I think that’s all that’s happening… hope you’ll click around and check it all out and always, always thank you so much for your support!
Gratitude for this week: Thanksgiving with sister, BIL, and niece was so lovely; Grandboy is feeling better; our house is starting to look a lot like Christmas; got good activity in this week; so thankful to be a Tule author!
Stay well, stay safe, wear your mask in a crowd, be kind, and most of all, mes amies, stay grateful,
Thanks, Liz! I really like them too–not too much, not too little…
Happy Late Thanksgiving to you and your family!
I agree with you about the boxes but this is one holiday I am okay with collecting more boxes with but the hubby might not be. LOL. I just wish I had more shelves or counter space to put more things out.
Your house looks great. I love your light post.
Enjoy the next holiday and know I sure will.
Thanks for stopping by, Christina and Thanksgiving greetings back at you. The outside lights are fun, aren’t they? Hugs!!
Love the outside lights!