At long last, summer has arrived in Spokane. They say it’ll last at least a week. (Just kidding.)
The new laptop, to be reserved for blogging, has yet to show up, but I’m expecting it today. Once it gets here, I’ll fire it up and load it for action, and continue my tradition of blogging at the kitchen table while sipping coffee and listening to the dogs snore.
The company has gone–miss them very much, but also glad to have the place quiet again, for writing.
The lilies I planted for Dad are taking hold, and the peonies are still coming on, as are the roses. The lilacs, with their heavenly scent, have been and gone.
My friend and agent, Irene Goodman, brought me souvenirs from my beloved London, one of which is a fridge magnet showing Winston Churchill (one of my heroes), with the motto: “Let us go forward together.”
Sounds good to me.