The daylilies are blooming, the bees are hovering around the dogwood flowers; every store has mother’s day and Easter baskets and dresses for little girls are in every window.
My grand-daughters are joining me at my grandmother’s house for an old fashioned Easter Egg hunt. I can hardly wait to see their faces as they search through the flowers and grass for their treasures. I am most certain that the sunshine forecasted for the day will enable us to bring my grandmother out on the porch to oversee the festivities. What a glorious thing that will be!
The April 9th issue of the White County Telegraph will have an article about me. I am still getting used to being interviewed, and it only makes me slightly nervous. It’s amazing that, I can face a crowd of 1000, sing a song I never even rehearsed at a karaoke show, or read from one of my novels to a crowd of well-wishers….but you put me one on one with a reporter and I freeze like a popsicle.
I hope you all have a wonderful holiday.