Sorry I'm late. Last night when I should have been writing this post, I was reading a novella from a critique partner. Then I rose at 4:45 am to start raking the alfalfa. It's done and now I can do my writerly stuff.
On Wednesday while raking I was visited by a very pretty brown eagle who sat in the new seeding and watched me go back and forth. About half way through the both Wednesday and today sea gulls swooped around the tractor. Not sure what that was about since we're about 500 miles inland.
Tink, as usual, was the co-pilot and Boots and T-bone after getting tired of chasing critters, returned to the cabin and shade.
On my way back along the hillside a doe stood in the spot where we plan to build a house. She watched me drive by then, continued into the alfalfa for a midday snack.
This week went by way too fast. But I did get news that I'll be one of the authors at the local library "Meet Your Local Authors" event in August. And I proofed the galley for a short story contracted by Wild Rose Press, Schooling Miss Burke.
Looking forward to the Fourth of July weekend and a BBQ with the in-laws.