Happy Monday! Happy Yule to those celebrating! A very Merry Christmas to those who celebrate!
There are no books to report about this week.
I hope you are all doing well during these strange and difficult times. As I am sure you noticed, I've barely been posting. I reached peak Covid fatigue the last couple of months. I really can't go anywhere or do anything outside my house... for reasons.
Recently it has really gotten to me. I have not been able to read or write. I am worried about so much. I am a bit more hopeful now that the vaccines are being shipped. I don't know what the new normal will be, but I am looking forward to being able to be out in the world again. I hope.
My very sincere apologies to readers, writers, publicists for my lack of posts. I just have not been able to. I hope you understand.
Today is the Winter Solstice. Starting tomorrow each day will have about 2 more minutes of sunshine (until of course the Summer Solstice). I always feel a corner has been turned after the Winter Solstice. This year more than ever those 2 minutes more of light each day are important to me.
I am hopeful that everything will improve in 2021 in innumerable ways not only for me but for all of you.
|Echinacea from my garden.|