The Valentine story is up

It’s entitled We’ll Always Have Paris, and I’ve added it to my story listings here. Quiller put hers up this afternoon and I thought I’d follow suit. I hope it’s well received. We’ll see.
Not much more to tell. The family has gone to the Grand Prix at church; the boys barely got their cars done with lots of help from their Dad and sister. Boy #1’s has a chance at a design prize, he made a snake. Boy #2’s? Well, if it wins at speed, I’ll be pleasantly surprised.
There’s a winter storm warning out for tonight, starting after midnight. The temperature has dropped quite a bit; I’m wearing my sweater over a long, sleeved shirt. If it really does get nasty, I bet that basketball will be called off for tomorrow.
Got to get back to The White Winds. I know where I want to go at the end of this chapter, but I’m not quite sure how to get there. And I have to come up with another rescue, as well.
My computer’s DVD and CD player isn’t working as smoothly as I’d like. The music I downloaded from a CD that Hubby burned for me was really distorted and I don’t know why. It’s better now, but still not best. Of course, anything I play from the actual computer is fine; that’s how I know it’s a hardware, not a software issue. I’ll probably go back to customer service and try to get some answers out of them.
More later as the muse moves.

Article by Tikatu

Tikatu is the long-time alter-ego of L.D. Bennett. She enjoys cat naps, head bumps, and regaling the world with the further adventures of International Rescue.