Feeling grateful…

My battery of medical tests are done for now and I am extremely thankful for positive results.  Now that they’re over I will get back on my journey in earnest.  I’d like to lose several pounds before the holidays.  Drove up to the lake over the weekend.  It’s a much different look than during the summer.  Still a few orange leaves on the trees, but things looked kind of “buttoned up” for the coming winter.  Once Thursday (Halloween) is done, it will feel like fall is speeding its way into the next season.  Couple that with turning the clocks back and it’s hibernation time.  I don’t know about you, but when it gets dark early I want to put my pajamas on.

I’m enjoying the development of this relationship.  We finish each other’s sentences and know what the other is going to say before it’s said.  It’s nice to have someone with whom to do things and it’s getting me out and about, something I’ve missed for a long time.  However, it’s definitely infringing on my writing time.  My feeling is that once the novelty wears off I will be able to adjust my schedule to do the other things I enjoy so much.

Feeling tremendous gratitude, thankfulness to God and happiness as we speed into November.

About thequarryschild

A self-described forensic junkie, Beth Anderson spends her days shaping young minds to ask critical questions and wonder “whodunit.” Beth resides in the Capital District of New York and spends her free time reading and solving the great mysteries. Her love of swimming, tennis and sports provides the basis for one of the lead characters in her new book The Quarry’s Child. Beth is one of the founding members of the Upper Hudson Valley Chapter of Sisters in Crime (aka Mavens of Mayhem), a graduate of the FBI Citizens Academy, a survivor of a visit to an active aircraft carrier while it was at sea, and a published poet in Soundings, a literary journal. Beth continues to instill a love for mystery fiction in her students as she has for over twenty years. Photo credit: Quinn Mulvey
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