The sun is shining today. Despite the still chilly temps, I want to pull out my sandals. Snow is in the forecast later this week. (Sorry if you didn't know.) But my daughter pointed out that our Robin has returned, trying once again to gather scraps on the windowsill for her spring nest.
I'll take this as a positive sign of spring. If you haven't read about our Robin, here's the link:
At the Panera in Plainfield, Indiana, on a particularly bright yet gray Friday, a bespectacled woman in her forties sat by frost-laden windows perusing a paperback book. Teal highlights brightened her cropped salt and pepper hair. She wore a robin's egg blue draped cardigan, a white tee and a black skirt. A faux fur vest dangled off the back of her chair. The book she was reading? Vienna by Eva Menasse.
How are you, dear reader? Staying warm and dreaming of sunnier climes?
I'm busy behind the scenes these days with much work in progress. If you haven't noticed already, I've been migrating content from the blog to the website. So if it was here today and is gone tomorrow...well, it's most likely over at: www.stacypost.com
Thank you for your patience! I hope to have some neat new features to share soon.
At Butler University, on a particularly chilly evening, a handsome young man intently read through the graphic novel, The Intergalactic Nemesis Book One: Target Earth, while waiting for the performance of The Intergalactic Nemesis Book Two: Robot Planet Rising.
P.S. If you haven't seen this hybrid play/graphic novel/radio show, I highly recommend it for all Sci-Fi noir fans!
I attended a Michael Hauge Story Mastery workshop in 2013. It was wonderful! And now, I am a subscriber to his newsletter, which I enjoy. Here's a recent article he shared that really made me stop and think about the people in my life and what roles they play. Thank you, Michael for the inspiration. May all of you find your reflections! Thank you for being mine. Enjoy!
Sitting by the fireplace, in a fuzzy navy blue fleece bathrobe, blue jeans, white t-shirt, navy blue slippers and two pairs of socks, a woman with shoulder length straight brown hair and a Mona Lisa smile happily reads the latest book from Sarah Addison Allen, Lost Lake.
Yup. I'm the reader because it's too cold to go outside and look for readers in public this month. The mercury is supposed to dip way below zero. Double digits! There's more snow in the forecast too. So I'm bundled up next to the toasty fire...reading. Not a bad way to spend an evening. I've been waiting for this book to come out for a long time. What a delicious feeling.