Seven driveways, three parks, and plenty of miles. Four states with overnights (Florida, South Carolina, Virginia, and Pennsylvania) and another four drive-throughs (Georgia, North Carolina, West Virginia, Maryland). Lots of good friend and family time; some good work (including a fun non-writing project that I will tell you about tomorrow, I hope); and some unexpected pleasure playing with graphics software which reminded me of how satisfying it is to be learning.
Also — for the truly honest reckoning of the month — a tremendous amount of worry and fear about Zelda.
But the highlight, the “best of”, can only be one thing: R’s graduation. It was joyous and beautiful and fun and memorable. I’m not posting any pictures of my beloved lobster, because I don’t think he would appreciate it if I did, but here’s another shot of that incredible sunset:
Judy, Judy, Judy said:
Your May sounds lovely. My May has been filled with my newly discovered Bright Line Eating which I find very liberating.
I had to google, but that sounds interesting! Congratulations on the discovery and I hope it continues to feel liberating!
That sunset is just gorgeous and the children in shadow made me smile like crazy!
Aren’t they cute? I’d like to turn that image into a book cover someday — not sure what the book would be about, but it’s such a pretty image!
Just a thought — will Grace marry one day? The kids could be hers… nice continuation of the story. A new generation of characters that can be spread out to new stories!