If you loved the James Herriot books (All Creatures Great and Small, …), you may love, as I do, these books by Jim Webster describing life and animals – from the farmer’s side. (PS, he also writes fantasy).
These (there are three more) are warm and funny and down-to-Earth – and I buy them as soon as they come out. I read this one during a Life Event this week which is now over, for which I learned to read on my iPhone – oh technological improvements!
I’m – I hope – over a long list of life events which kept me from doing just about anything in the writing/blogging department for various good and necessary reasons, mainly that my limited energy had to be focused on either doing, or waiting to assist in doing, said life events.
After trying to write distracted in that way, and having to restart over and over and over, I gave up temporarily, and went with the flow. It was too hard to keep doing my rather complicated process – and forgetting where I was.
Heck, I didn’t even make it into the pool, or out for a ride on Maggie, or on the trike most days.
Here’s Jim’s latest blog post, so you can see his style.
I promise not to let anything but major stuff stand in my way.
And I have a bunch of topics for liebjabberings, some of which may be interesting to more than me.
I need to get back to advertising, too!
Peace be on all your houses.