Call me a chicken, but I find washing needlework scarier than reading Stephen King books. No doubt that’s because I sometimes do the first, and I never do the second.
Naturally, when I went to the library earlier this week, I didn’t limit myself to the Spiderwick books, though I did limit myself to the children’s section.
It turns out I’m not sworn to secrecy, and can reveal the movie for which I’ll be writing 2 kids’ activity books:
We enjoyed the movie, Children of Heaven, last night. It’s about 2 Iranian siblings who share a pair of sneakers to go to school. One detail that I glommed onto and couldn’t […]
Here’s something else I love about Alaska, although this is not exclusive to Alaska: The light from the moon reflects off the snow and creates a brightness that doesn’t exist where there is no snow.
I marvel at this every year. Twice every year, actually: in the fall and in the spring. When the temp rises to 32-degrees-Fahrenheit, it feels warm; when the temp falls to 32-degrees-Fahrenheit, it feels cold.