Do you do anything special for Valentine’s Day? The restaurants are all so busy that evening that we always stay home. With winter weather usually in full force here in the upper Midwest, is much nicer to enjoy a cozy evening at home.
I’m hoping to have some of our grands here before then, though, so we can make rolled-out Valentine’s themed cookies. They love decorating cookies for every holiday—often with heaps of colored sugars on each one….and then the counters, the oven, and the floor end up quite crunchy. No worries—the point is having fun and making memories.
But I did finally learn my lesson at Christmas. My flat Airbake cookie sheets might have been wonderful for baking cookies, but not so good at actually corralling all of the sprinkles. So now, they’ve gone to Salvation Army and I’ve purchased rimmed cookie sheets. Seriously–why didn’t I think of that before?
I have a new book release today, February 7th tltled CHRISTMAS DANGER
Here is its AMAZON LINK and a quick description:
After facing a terrible loss, pediatrician Joanna Miles hopes to find healing and a new beginning by moving away. But will this decision be the last one she makes?
She agrees to cover an infant and maternity pediatric clinic in the mountains of New Mexico for three months while that physician is on leave, before starting her new position in California.
An escape artist of a horse and a Great Pyrenees pup the size of Texas are all the family she needs now—or so she thinks. So why is she drawn to a rancher who couldn’t be more wrong for her? Especially after a little pink bundle left on his doorstep convinces her just how irresponsible he is. He’s definitely not her type.
But when a stranger begins threatening both her and the clinic, dangers mount. Will she be able to keep her patients–and herself–safe? And who can she turn to for help?
A heartwarming story of honor, love of family, and ties that bind through generations, even through life’s most difficult challenges.
I hope you will enjoy it! It’s FREE for those of you on Kindle Unlimited, or at the bargain price of just $3.99 for those who prefer to buy their Kindle books.
I really enjoyed writing this title, because it was a chance to incorporate just a few of the exploits of one of my childhood horses. Cherry was 17 hands tall, gangly, and goofy. He would manage to crawl under the fence and then merrily go through the neighborhood peering into windows. One family looked out, saw what appeared to be a disembodied white figure (his wide, white blaze), and called the sheriff. They were sure they had just seen an alien.
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