This is what the sky looked like yesterday*. And this is almost what it looks like today. June, dear June, I think we need to talk…
But seriously, friends, happy Friday! A few days ago, the manuscript landed in my inbox with a heavy thud, and now there is much work to be done. Lots of chapters, lots of queries to answer, lots and lots of edits. But we’re making progress, we’re slogging along, we’re getting one step closer to the finish line, word by word.
Summers are, I think, generally for resting. Work slows down, people check out a bit more. Some places even have summer Friday hours where everyone goes home at noon, bless those places – they’re doing it right. Here, in this lovely household however, it appears to be that things are just beginning to heat up. Obviously, it happens during a period when all you want to do is pack a picnic basket, and wander over to the park. Instead, there are multiple files open on the computer, private chef menus to be finalized, groceries to be purchased, and meals to be cooked.
I hope you like today’s links, and I hope that you have a terrifically wonderful weekend. Here, in the Northeast, we are, finally, supposed to get gorgeous weather, and you know what? Since Sunday is our one year wedding anniversary, but I have to cook all day, we’re taking this Saturday for celebrating. It’s crazy to think: this felt like yesterday!
[P.S. you might notice a few cosmetic changes here on the blog - like the light grey social media buttons and such. trying to clean up this space a little at a time. hope you find it better and easier (and faster) to navigate.]
*The clouds in the picture above, were technically only named in 2009. They are called Asperatus clouds – and might be my favorite. Thanks, Andrew, for the heads up.
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