Springtime in the Rockies has begun. We can go from 70s to snowstorms in less than 24 hours. I'm not complaining. We need moisture. When there is snow on Pikes Peak now, there's a chance we'll be able to water our gardens and lawns this coming summer.
My writing season began earlier. In December, I enjoyed a blast of creativity. I am still harvesting the story ideas now. I just finished a short story. I'm beginning an exciting new novel project that I'll talk more about later.
This weather reminds me that you have to take advantage of nice days when they happen, and be prepared to ride out the inevitable storms. It often seems that things don't happen in our timing. No, the good and the bad arrive on their own schedule.
I hope you are enjoying spring. The weather can be tumultuous, and sometimes you just don't know what to expect from day to day. Through it all, though, there is that delicious smell of thawing earth and emerging vegetation. The cycle begins again.
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