As you may have noticed, I did not post a new Carding Chronicle last week, and I wanted to tell you why.
I had hip replacement surgery on February 27 (and yes, I’m coming along nicely, thank you). Before surgery, I wrote a number of Chronicles ahead so that we would not miss our weekly date together.
I thought I would be ready to resume writing last week but, as I’m sure you all can relate, life got in my way. (Plus I find that it just takes me longer to do just about everything.)
Well, thanks to the magic of physical therapy and the unbelievable support of my husband (yes, he should be sainted but please don’t tell him or he’ll get a swelled head), I finally feel closer to ready.
So I’m going to take this week to do my final catch-up chores and then the Chronicles will be back.
And by the way, part of my catching up has been work on the next Carding novel. So you see, I’ve been thinking about you all the time.
It’s raining today, water that we need to combat the drought conditions lingering from 2016. The daffodils and narcissus are up, their buds fat and ready to pop. There’s lovage, chives and peonies coming up too. The snowdrops are already going to seed and I know that the bloodroot in the woods are getting ready to unfurl.
I just love this time of year, don’t you?
A happy spring to you all.