Hello there.

Here we are in this most picturesque season with glorious colors abounding. I love autumn. Yes, the days are shorter and cooler, but after the heat of the summer and bountiful gardens, it seems wonderful to relax and enjoy the beauty around us.

This year again hubby’s tomato crop exceeds any expectations and we’re donating to all and sundry. I’ve canned, frozen, fried, boiled and generally prepared tons of the little red blobs, and we’re still enjoying them fresh. So tasty! Sadly, all the summer work and renovations have put my quilting on hold, but just for now. As soon as the weather gets chilly I’ll be back at it.

Of course I’ve been working, too. November will see my novella, The Christmas Cowboy released from Love Inspired. It’s a short little story that I hope will bring you into the Christmas season. I’m now working on book two of my new series featuring the Canadian Rockies as a backdrop with four foster sisters who are struggling to find their place in God’s world. I don’t have firm titles or release dates, yet, but I’m hoping to tell you soon.

In the meantime, take a moment to breathe deeply and enjoy God’s creation. In the midst of hurricanes and earthquakes and terrorism, He is still walking with us.

Blessings to you, dear friend.

Lois


November, 2017

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