In our town, we have this network of trails that goes through this central wooded area, and it’s just beautiful this time of year. Mr. Johns and I decided to go for a long walk, and our ten-year-old son came along because he had to. LOL
Anyway, it was a beautiful, 3 hour walk, and our son complained at the cruelty of his parents forcing him to get actual exercise. It was still a nice walk! And no ten-year-olds were harmed in the writing of this post. But I may have been tempted. 😉
This is what I’ve been up to lately! There isn’t much to rant about. It’s just… summer! And I’m making the most of it. We’ve had some nice heat, and our walk left my hair flat and me all sticky, but who cares, right? Anyone else on the trails looked just like this.
Mr. Johns and our son.
I took a couple of pictures to show you, because it was just so pretty out! But the pictures don’t do it justice. You can’t hear the woodpeckers and the squirrels. And you can’t feel how good the shade feels.
But this picture was the closest to perfect that I could take with my humble abilities.
And this was so much better in person, too!
Speaking of “in person,” if you’d like to come see me at my book signing on Saturday, August 11 in Spruce Grove, Alberta, I’d be just thrilled to meet you in person!
This will by my first book signing of my career (17 books in!) and I’m terrified. Come make it easier on me! 😉