So, when I checked the weather on my phone this morning there was a notification that "snow will stop in 20 minutes." Looking out the window I saw no snow. Curious, I checked the regional map and sure enough, Central PA was covered by a light blue cloud of snow. Still, we were flakeless. Honestly, it would be nice to have a little, just enough to use my snow shovel at least one time.
Those who read my books will know that one of my protagonists, Max Sullivan, started out as a nurse working for the #1 heart team in Old Towne. Not knowing anything about cardiologists and heart teams, in the 3rd book I had him change careers, becoming a Physical Therapist (I've had PT) and actually got a scathing review telling me no cardiologist would ever do such a thing, even though I'd never said he was one. For 3 books there's been only passing mentions of his new career. That may change. Max may become more 3 dimensional. One of our new associates is not only a physical therapist, he attending a local university to get his doctorate. I'm planning on having a conversation with him to see if he'll let me pick his brain.
I have this unusual feeling that this Sunday's Oscar ceremony may be one of the most watched in a long time. Not because a lot of blockbusters have been nominated. I suspect people will be tuning in because the nominations this year are filled with diversity. I know I'll be watching for a number of reasons, one of which is I want to see them do Naatu Naatu live! Just thinking about it makes me laugh. What a great song!