Thursday, February 5, 2009

Deep in Winter

I'm looking out the window at Alaska. No, didn't move there, it moved here. I'm not feeling good about this arrangement. Winter white does get tiresome.

The voices in my head are very restless. Glad I've found writing as an outlet for them but it doesn't seem to hush them. A new story always seems to be pulling at me.

Anyone else get one of those Snuggy blanket things? I was given one and love it. It's so soft and warm. Excellent invention, a light, warm blanket with arms and a pocket. Haven't found a use for the pocket yet but love the entire concept.

So what is your favorite thing about being deep in winter? Mine is the Snuggy.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

I pull out the mixing bowls and start baking. Winter and snow don’t seem so bad when the house smells like cookies.

Anonymous said...

Hmmm, the only thing I like about winter is I live in the desert and have spent the last week sitting out enoying the sunshine and warm weather hehehe

Kelly

Gail said...

scowls at both of you...lol

Cookies sure sound nice, but I keep finding them on my hips.

Desert? Humph! Its freaking warm today. Forty five degrees!!

Angela said...

I know you get tired of people asking, but.......When is Wicked Beast coming out and is there any chance of a sequel to Jamie's Cherub? I need a fix...LOL

R said...

To Gail from a new fan. Love your writing style, you haven't failed to keep me engaged, laughing and eager for more. Someone gifted me with one of your books (Jamies Cherub) and I was hooked. Got to find more! I hope that you make Jamies Cherub into a series like Christine Feehan's Carpathian novels. That would be so awesome - each book could feature another one of the "Others". I live in MN and when its "Deep in Winter" I like to snuggle in my rocker/recliner with a fleece blanket, a cup of coffee and a good book. Thanks for providing such great entertainment this weekend. Rhonda

Joanie said...

Gail, C. tried to get me a Snuggy for Valentine's Day. The demand has been so high that they are now back ordered. I think the wait time is 3 months.

So consider yourself lucky to have one. :-)

J.

Jo said...

Hey Gail, I've been keeping an eye on your "Coming Soon" page, and for months have been teased by the exert for Blind Fire Ghost Unit. When will this ebook be released? I'm hoping you will gift us with another Ghost Unit fix soon.(Pleading puppy dog eyes)LOL

Jo

Anonymous said...

Check your local drugstore. Bartell Drugs in Washington State has an entire aisle of them or is there a AS seen on TV store nearby?
Am also panting for Blind Fire and Wicked Beast to come out but have given up

Anonymous said...

When will Blind Fire be done?
hanging out

Georgia Woods said...

Hey, Gail, just dropping by to leave some love and tell you I'm thinking about you. Hope all's well, but you should move to or visit the desert - it's supposed to be 90 today here in Phoenix. ;-) Another month or so and the water in the pool will be warm enough for swimming...

Hugs!!
Georgia

Cindyjean said...

Spring has sprung here in the Low Country..green trees, flowers blooming, birds singing.. today the high temp is a crisp sky-blue 82 degrees. Hoping that you are so deep in your writing that you have not had time to surface and blog. Happily awaiting the next "Gail" story.

Anonymous said...

Winter in California isn't so bad... miss seeing your comments. Hope all is well.

Jo said...

Hey Gail, hope you are OK. Seems ages since your last comment.
We all miss hearing from you. Take care,
Love and chocolates,
Jo

Anonymous said...

Hoping all is well!

Anonymous said...

Please Gail, let us hear from you as soon as possible. It is such a pleasure to read your thoughts about...everything :)

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