Yesterday was so cram full of events that I was too worn out to write a coherent post about books or writing. I won’t even mention the big meal, and the wine, I consumed at the dinner theater where we enjoyed a performance of Smoky Joe’s Cafe. My husband and I were celebrating our upcoming 25th wedding anniversary.
Yes, we left Katie at home by herself all evening. She didn’t make any messes and she seemed glad to see us when we got home, so all is well.
So on to the lazy blogger’s post:
The December winners of the Fort Collins Coloradoan photo contest have been announced. As always, the entries are all worth a peek, and the winner, “Moonrise at Sunset,” by Mike Payne, is stunning. To view the photos, go to the Coloradoan’s Xplore Photo Contest Page.
I have not submitted any photos to this contest. The entries are always so good that I’d have to get a spectacular shot before I’d consider it worthy.
However, I did catch a few pretty clouds just before sunset one evening last month. This was before the skies turned gray and the cold and snows hit. I stuck a mini-version of the photo up there instead of my profile photo.
Please drop back by tomorrow if you want to see whose name is drawn to receive the copy of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Shaping the New You. Entries were closed as of midnight last night.