Nov 272022

We are almost through this year’s hurricane season, which runs from June through the end of November, and the weatherman says there is no chance of anything happening between now and then. After dealing with two hurricanes in 43 days, that’s good news for us!

After making a delicious breakfast of banana pecan pancakes, Terry spent much of yesterday going over plans for her weaving project. Since this will be the first one on her new Louet Spring II loom, which is very different than any of her other looms, there is a learning curve. Terry says it is easier for her to set up and will do anything her bigger looms do, so she is planning to sell at least one, or maybe both of her Glimakara looms (below). It will give her a lot more space in her weaving room, which is very overcrowded. If you know anybody looking for a good deal on a loom, let me know.

I made some last minute changes to several more chapters of my new book and then printed them out for Terry. She will edit and proofread them today, and then I will send them off to my other proofreaders to do their thing.

Later in the afternoon, our friend Jim Lewis came over to visit for a while. Jim has been dealing with some health issues and doesn’t get out much anymore, so it was good to see him. We agreed that getting old is no picnic, but it’s (probably) better than the alternative.

Dinner was chicken quesadillas, and then we watched Where The Crawdads Sing on Netflix. We both want to read the book but have not gotten to it yet, but we agreed that the movie was one of the best we have seen in a long time. If you get a chance, check it out.

Since I am in Facebook jail for another day or two because they seem to think I am a degenerate, or at least less than polite to rude idiots, there are several people who have asked me questions in different writer and RV groups there that I have not been able to reply to. If you are one of them, send me a private message or e-mail, and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.

And finally, here’s a chuckle to start your day from the collection of funny signs we see in our travels and that our readers share with us.

Thought For The Day – Forgiving someone is easy, but being able to trust them again is a totally different story.

Nick Russell

World-Famous, New York Times Best Selling Author, and All-Around Nice Guy!

  3 Responses to “Crawdads And Quesadillas”

  1. I can’t even imagine why they would put you in fb jail. Theirs lots of other degenerates in this world. Your are just truthful….lol…I read the book “Where the Crawdads Sing”. Outstanding. One of those books I couldn’t put down. I was thinking the movie might be a disappointment. But Absolutely not. I give them an A+ outstanding review. The book , movie and cast deserve some Awards. A great read, great movie. Outstanding acting and writing.

  2. We enjoyed Where the Crawdads Sing, but still not sure who the real killer was! Another excellent movie we just watched on Netflix is “Father Stu” with Mark Wahlberg. Based on a true story. Some salty language but ranks up there with best movies ever in my book!

  3. The book is excellent…”Where the Crawdads Sing”.

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