Winds of Change at Our Little House
Have I mentioned before that it has been a long, hot summer?
Our drought finally broke on Wednesday afternoon and we received some much needed rain.
While I’m usually not one to thank the thunder Gods or embrace the darkness, I turned on an extra lamp in the Belle Writer’s Studio and enjoyed the sound of pelting rain on the roof, glad that what vegetation had survived the drought was getting a good drink.
Dale calls this the “ugly part of summer,” when everything is brown or dying. We have trees that have already lost almost all of their leaves.
A cool front promises to bring us some extra cool mornings and a glorious weekend for this last unofficial weekend of summer.
With the change of the seasons, the winds of change our mixing up some things at Our Little House as well.
Beginning next week, I’ll be doing regular posts on Tuesday and Thursday. I have some new writing projects that are demanding more of my time and I would much rather provide you with quality content than worry about quantity.
I still have some guest posts and giveaways lined up and when I have one for you, I will continue to post those on Fridays.
Dale has a well-deserved 3-day weekend this Labor Day, so I will be taking time off with him and hopefully, getting out on the lake.
If you have time this weekend, or aren’t blessed with good weather, take some time to browse the archives.
To our community on the East Coast, I will be sending positive vibes to you through your encounter with Earl.
We’ll see you back at Our Little House on Tuesday!
In appreciation to your continued visits to Our Little House,
What will you be doing this Labor Day weekend?