Even the city can be quiet if you get out of bed early enough on a Sunday morning. The sun was shining when I opened my eyes this morning, so hubby and I rolled out of bed and walked to the local coffee shop for peppermint tea and a bagel. It was cold, but there was almost no wind, which is unusal for us, and the sun was beaming down. It felt invigorating to breath in the crisp winter air and hear the scrunch of snow beneath my boots.
It's the kind of morning where you can almost feel spring in the air. Almost.
After breakfast, we strolled over to the grocery store and bought a few things--mostly fresh vegetables and fruit. I'm planning on making oatmeal muffins to have with fruit for lunch, and I'm making vegetarian chilli for supper. Plus, they had some fresh chocolate chip cookies, so we bought one each to have for dessert. YUM!
Walking home, it was nice not to have to worry about traffic. The birds were out, busily chirping and doing whatever it is birds do early Sunday morning. Me, I'm going to spend the day rereading my latest WIP and trying to figure out where I have to go next. Not a bad way to spend a Sunday.
Hope you have a wonderful day.
Eternally Yours Contest
What could you spend an eternity doing?
What is your passion? Your hunger? Your deepest desire?
Each day beginning February 5 and running through February 14 one of the ten authors will complete the line, "My darling I could spend eternity…" on either their blog or website.
Collect all ten answers and e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org with Eternally Yours in the subject line to win some hot, romantic books. There will be three lucky Valentine winners.
The prizes –1st prize--5 books
2nd prize--3 books
3rd prize--2 books
Entries must be in by February 16 at midnight EST. All books and prize winners will be drawn randomly.
Sandra Cox Silverhills
Mona Risk To Love a Hero
Brynn Paulin Tribute For the Goddess
Bronwyn Green Mystic Circle
Cindy Spencer Pape Stone and Earth
N.J. Walters Seduction of Shamus O’Rourke
Elyssa Edwards Mating Stone
Amarinda Jones Shades of Gray
Kelly Kirch Time for Love
Anny Cook Honeysuckle