The past two days, I’ve been working on the sequel to The Seance. It’s the first time in over a month that I’ve done any significant writing. It’s probably because I’m practically housebound due to our third winter storm in only two weeks.
It’s our second winter living in New England. Last year we thought the snow was “neat” and “fun.” Now we just want it to go away.
Yesterday, we used a roof rake for the first time. For those of you who don’t live in the frozen north, a roof rake is used to scrape accumulating snow off your roof before it collapses. Between shoveling, roof-scraping, and struggling to run errands in slushy, snowy, hazardous road conditions, I’ve found time to write.
Today, I tried to take a few pictures of the snow. Forgive my bad photography and poor phone-camera quality. I hope these pics will give you some perspective of what we’ve been dealing with this winter. It’s been a challenge!
And a few pictures from when we visited the seacoast a week ago…
And a picture of what the cats are doing while the humans are taking care of snow removal…