Greetings, readers. As the title says, I hope everyone in the U.S. had a great holiday. While at Panera Cafe, I watched the 4th of July parade go by and saw one of my friends on her motorcycle. All of the riders were decked out in red, white, and blue tee-shirts. Very patriotic.
That night, I was treated to my usual fireworks display over at Beaver Stadium, which is approximately a half mile from my apartment window. Both kitty cat Keekee and I enjoyed the 45 minutes of festivities very much. Keekee is always fascinated by the flashing lights in the sky and, as daddy puts it, the occasional “boom boom.” The show began at approximately 9:15 and ended around 10:00. After the thunderous minute-long finale I could faintly hear applause coming from the crowd. After everything went silent, I turned on the lights in my apartment, and went back to my evening routine.
To other news, we got a positive response to the blog entry with our local newspaper article about my show. With the show now in the past, it is time to move on to other things. Later on today, I’m going to begin what will either be a writing project or maybe just a writing exercise. I already have the beginnings of Bear Spring Camps 3 on the front burner. I’m taking my laptop to Maine in a month and will be doing a little bit of work on the book on rainy days or in the evenings.
Finally, with the nice warm weather and sunny days that have returned, I am as happy as a clam. Central PA received more than its share of rain in the last couple of weeks, due to a low pressure system which stalled. I was thinking that I was going to have to build Joe’s ark. Lol.
Next week we hope to go back to our usual two entries a week. Until very soon, have a great holiday weekend, take care, and happy reading.