Now for the hard work revisions, continuity, editing etc… The Giving Thief is officially pending.
How are you doing in NaNoWriMo?
Apologies for not writing an extended post – we are enduring a mammoth snowfall hence driving and all normal chores and activities are requiring extra vigilance.
Stay safe out their my fellow Albertan’s.
Prompt: You are snowed in – what do you do to pass the time?
Pluvious – definition: of or pertaining to rain : rainy
It may sound bizarre to a lot of people but one of the things I miss about England is the rain. Yep, the rain! England gets a lot of rain, hence the ‘green and pleasant land’. As an island surrounded with sea water the formation of rain clouds is a constant.
I should be more precise on what it is I miss about rain. It is the smell of freshly drenched earth and foliage and the actual sound of rain drops hitting the ground and any objects in its path. Watching rain rivulets down a window pane when you are warm and dry is a wondrous moment. Splashes of water rippling outward into infinity.
The majority of precipitation in Alberta, Canada is snow so a rainy day is a treat for the British expats living here. We have actually run outside to stand in it. As I said at the beginning – bizarre!
If you have moved a great distance, what do you miss?
My writing group used a single raindrop as the illustration on the book cover on the history of the group. A single drop causes a ripple effect and that is what one writer, one group can do for others. From a solitary drop the encouragement spreads
Another book with a raindrop as the theme is this one. I love this little story and it is perfect for a rainy day to read to your children.