Well, the rain is gone, so are the winds, and yes, it did get windy. Temps are beginning to drop, and we should soon be experiencing actual winter temps here in Central PA. They're predicted to be a bit warmer than what would be considered normal, but they'll be cold. Today is going to be blustery. There are snow flurries whirling around outside my window, not that they're going to amount to anything.
Yesterday, I did a little more than nothing, but it wasn't a day I would label productive. Not once did I sit down at my writing desk, and there are things that need to be done. I need to begin prep work on The Body on the Lawn, the first in the Eli and Max series. Come March (?) it and the second book, The Body in the Tower will be turned into audio books. One of the requirements for that transition is the removal of the song lyrics. Having a narrator read them is considered a performance and that would mean royalty payments, and that can be pricy. The Word editor does an excellent job at cleaning up things up, too.
Either today or tomorrow I'm going to be baking coconut macaroons, one of my favorite cookies, and they will be dipped in chocolate. White chocolate. I thought I'd change things up.
And in a few short days the sun will finally begin to set later in the afternoon. I don't know about you, but dusk falling at 4:30 in the afternoon is not a good thing. I like it when daylight last for more than 10 hours.
Boy, I'm so glad I wasn't planning on buying an Apple watch, and even gladder that I own a Garmin. When I searched through my pics to see if there was one of my watch, this popped up. It's very old. This is Gertie, my first boxer, looking out the front door, about 11 years ago. My, things have changed in the living room, haven't they?