Winter is over. Come to my spring book signing of Shifting Sands Short Stories on March 10 @LowellArts from 1 to 4 p.m. on the backdrop of the magnificent West Michigan Art Competition.
I cannot begin to express how glad I am that this winter is over; both in my mind and in my next book.
I finally crawled out of my hibernation this morning to see the ice on Murray Lake had melted. I know many fine ice fishermen were disappointed by this, as well as the constructors of the ice rinks in the area including “Bill Gates of Honey Creek.”
I also understand that the “snow toys ” are very expensive as they go unused. But, when I heard that swan flap her wings and land on water, and the first birds singing,I knew we had survived another winter.
I registered for Calvin College Conference on Faith & Writing this morning to connect with the publishing industry in my own hometown of Grand Rapids. Conferences out of town can be expensive.
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