Friday, 26 March 2010

March 2010




It's very nearly the end of March omg where has the month gone? Sorry I haven't been round to other blogs much but I will try and catch up with everyone soon.
Well it started with more snow in one day then I have ever seen. The scenes are taken from our house and are what we woke up to on March the 8th! We had to drive to Carcassonne that day[about 45mins normally] as we wanted to order our new kitchen while it was on offer. With 30% off we couldn't afford not to go and it was the last day of the promotion. Luckily we have a four wheel drive car and got there no problem. Ordered the kitchen, delivery end of April, not that we will be ready for it then, and then left for home. The return journey took us 90 mins mainly due to very slow moving cars in front of us[not 4 wheel drive] but we made it. And apparently we were lucky because not much more than half an hour after we had travelled there were cars and lorries littered all over the road and friends took 3 hours to get home. We had a week of freezing weather and then the wind changed and we now have lovely sunny days and temps of around 20degrees. It's such a transformation. We have the doors and windows wide open and my spirits have lifted. I do love the sunshine, it gives me energy and enthusiasm hence the new addition to the sidebar. I have started Novel 2. Admittedly only a couple of pages but I have ideas floating about that want to get on the page.
All I have to do now is keep up with the second draft of Novel 1!!!!!
We have also made progress on the home front. The utility room [in the extension] is finished and we are now using it as a temporary kitchen. It is decidedly better than the old kitchen even though it is quite small. A definite improvement and we are getting on with the new kitchen, although this is being delayed by a problem with our four wheel drive car, we can't get to the wood yard with the trailor, but we'll sort that out soon.
So although March is nearly over we are making progress. And tomorrow there is a big wine event in a nearby village which should be very enjoyable. And we can walk there so no problems with over indulging not that we would!!!!!
Now it's time for a run, and that's going well too. Always easier running in the sunshine.

5 comments:

Chris Stovell said...

It sounds as if there's a promise of Spring in your life in all sorts of ways - triathlon, whoah!, I'm very impressed!

JJ Beattie said...

Wow Sheepish, that's all exciting. Started novel 2 huh? I'm trying to work out for the life of me how to sort out novel 1.

I hope that good weather continues.

Debs said...

That snow looks amazing. I can't get over the sheer amount of the stuff.

Good luck with Novel 2 and I hope you have a fun time at the wine event in the village.

DJ Kirkby said...

Fab to hear that you've started novel two. My Uni course is almost over which means that I'll soon be able to start writing again. What with working full time I haven't been able to fit in writing and homework.

DJ Kirkby said...

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