Snow days feel like someone has hit the ‘pause’ button. The world is still turning but all plans, appointments and activities are cancelled, or rather paused. Normal service will, of course, resume once the snow clears, but it’s an odd feeling to be freed of what the diary says and yet trapped, unable to leave the house. What to do?
Well, I’d like to say I’m finishing my latest book, ‘Daisy,’ but I’ve already done that! After the final words are written it takes me a while to be ready to start something new. The seeds of ‘The Dixbury Encore’ are starting to sprout in my mind and I’m committing them to paper, but I really can’t get my head down yet.
In a few months time, when I’m mid-novel, I’ll need all the time I can get.
So tell me, what are the chances of a snow day or two in June???
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it’s possible, i remember seeing snow on June 1st many moons ago back in the day – around 1980 i think it was when i was at school!!!! YOu never know….;)
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Thank you! You give me hope! (Although I’m guessing it’s not great for climate change – or for folks who are on beach holidays!)