Dare I say it? Am I tempting fate? Things seem to have settled down around here–okay, it’s early–and I’m hoping it’s a pattern.
Wendy went home to California yesterday–she’s in the middle of a new script–and although I miss her very much, I know we both need to get back to our regular lives and our work. My little girl has grown into such a fine, gracious, funny, smart and hardworking woman–I am so proud of her. Although the reasons for her visit were basically very sad–Sadie and a dear friend passed on the same day–we managed to share a lot of joy, too. We visited my stepmother, Edith, in Grand Coulee, along with a gang of family members, took my mom to Red Lobster for lunch and some catching up, even made a couple of forays to the casino. We visited Wendy’s favorite fast-food place, Scholtzky’s Deli, checked out Hobby Lobby and watched “Celebrity Ghost Stories” on TV, surrounded by three little furry four-leggers. Wendy is an app-wizard, and showed me all sorts of new ones for my iPad.
Today is a fine day, sunny and warm–our belated summer continues.
And now back to Parable, Montana.
Thanks for being you.