End of this Journey

Sigh. And so my trip to snowy Central New York comes to an end. I almost had to borrow a team of sled dogs for part of the drive to Southern Cayuga C.S. yesterday, but my trusty Outback plowed through thedrifts and I made it, only one minute late. My voice held out all day long and I had a blast meeting all the kids there. Thank you very much Dawn and everybody at SCCS – it was a terrific day, lots of fun and very comfortable. And yes, we ate muffins!! Oh, and I got to meet illustrator/author David Kirk, because he lives down the road from SCCS. That was very, very cool.

I only have two school visits (PA and DE) next week, so I’ll be able to get back to the non-fiction revisions I am desperate to finish.

The sun is shining on the snow. Out my window the bare maples throw strong, stark shadows. To find beauty up here you just have to open your eyes. It is sad to leave the CWF and the BH, but I miss the PA branch of the family.

Time to pack.

21 Replies to “End of this Journey”

  1. I feel extrely weird writing this in here, but I shall do so anyway and hope uoui don’t get offended. I am a huge fanand I ahve added you to my friends list. You don’t have to add me back and listen to my lovely rants, but I just wanted you to know I added you.

  2. I feel extrely weird writing this in here, but I shall do so anyway and hope uoui don’t get offended. I am a huge fanand I ahve added you to my friends list. You don’t have to add me back and listen to my lovely rants, but I just wanted you to know I added you.

  3. I feel extrely weird writing this in here, but I shall do so anyway and hope uoui don’t get offended. I am a huge fanand I ahve added you to my friends list. You don’t have to add me back and listen to my lovely rants, but I just wanted you to know I added you.

  4. David Kirk, wow that is exiting! I use to see his work all the time when I was younger. I took Children’s Literature this year and it was amazing for the fact that it reminded me so much of my younger days. Not that I am old, just a little insite of why being a kid was so great. 🙂

  5. David Kirk, wow that is exiting! I use to see his work all the time when I was younger. I took Children’s Literature this year and it was amazing for the fact that it reminded me so much of my younger days. Not that I am old, just a little insite of why being a kid was so great. 🙂

  6. David Kirk, wow that is exiting! I use to see his work all the time when I was younger. I took Children’s Literature this year and it was amazing for the fact that it reminded me so much of my younger days. Not that I am old, just a little insite of why being a kid was so great. 🙂

  7. hello

    southern cayuga was a blast when you were there. i didnt expect someone as amazing as you, but it was truly a great time for me. it was definitly better than staying back at my school (union springs) all day. im glad i got to meet you. your giggle is cute too.

  8. hello

    southern cayuga was a blast when you were there. i didnt expect someone as amazing as you, but it was truly a great time for me. it was definitly better than staying back at my school (union springs) all day. im glad i got to meet you. your giggle is cute too.

  9. hello

    southern cayuga was a blast when you were there. i didnt expect someone as amazing as you, but it was truly a great time for me. it was definitly better than staying back at my school (union springs) all day. im glad i got to meet you. your giggle is cute too.

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