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After a fun filled pre-Christmas brunch with four of my awesome friends from my old job, I came home. As you may guess, I turned on my laptop and worked on Silent Voices. Almost 9000 words and counting. Half way through, I turned on the TV. Again, Christmas movie on my favorite channel. Sigh! I typed away and glanced up a few times. Hey, I needed a break
I don’t know the title of the show or any of the actors. All I gathered was the lady was leaving home on Christmas and moving to New York. The boy friend was upset as he had just got back from the war and wanted to stay home for a while. Needless to say the guy was sad. He watched her leave but didn’t say goodbye
Soon after, his niece approached him, asking why he didn’t stop her.
He said something like this is home (or something like that)
The girl said, Uncle somebody (I don’t remember the name). I was still typing away. When the girl went on to say, “Home is…”
I looked up and we finished the sentence together:”…where the heart is!”
The guy appeared in NY and the girl was at Empire State Building I think and he proposed to her
I was there few years ago with Ms. Tana, one of the gals in my brunch group today. I miss New York. I want to go back there. I want to visit where the Twin Towers were. When I was there, they were still cleaning up the place.
Anyway, back to the movie. Home is where the heart is. Heard it thousands of times. I’m sure you have too. So, what’s the answer to the simple question?
Where is Home?
And where art thou, Dear Heart?
It’s not that simple after all, or is it? Well, only the heart knows the answer…
Signing off… it’s getting late and my stomach still full from the brunch, Good Night, All
After burning the midnight oil last Friday night into the wee hours in the morning, Beyond The Tiny Window: Winter series is finally out. I am still waiting for Smashwords version to come out right, but so far, it’s a long wait… But both Kindle and print versions are done.
My Winter prayer: Please Winter, Be Kind To Me This Year….
Sitting on my bed working on Silent Voices on my laptop, with the TV in front of me, would have been a perfect day… Especially after last night working on Beyond The Tiny Window: Winter series way into the wee hours of the morning. But not today. Not right now.
October is always the month I don’t like to watch TV. Too many horror movies. I am too much of a scaredy-cat. And now, I don’t want to watch TV during yuletide season. It’s a beautiful time for a lot of people, I understand. I’m not a Scrooge.
Anyway, Anything But Christmas is playing on my favorite mystery/suspense channel and it makes me sad. I wish I could skip December this year and move on…
Is that too much of ask, Santa?
Ok, back to work…
Today, Kathy and I presented our latest Land And Sea series to Mr. Richard Sumrall, the director of the Lincoln Public Library. The cover of our latest book: Learning The Opposites At The Library With Lane And Shelby was inspired by the Lincoln Public Library.
Kathy and I will be having a book signing at the library on December 14, 2013 at 9:30am-11:30am. We’ll also have a drawing to win one signed copy of Jasmine Lane’s Enchanted Christmas (full color edition).
Come and Say Hello!
Thank you again for all the support!
Kathy and Irene
Ps. Now am off to jump into my new adventure: Silent Voices. Prince of Banyan will have to wait… I have too many people asking for the sequel to Voices… Silent Voices is dedicated to all animal lovers especially my very good friend, Erin Eskra Vargo. I will also work on my new Beyond The Tiny Window series: Winter/Snow… not very sure of the title yet. Hoping to get this one done in time for the Winter… So much to do but so little time…