Friday, October 15, 2010

Whoooooshhh - that's me passing by in a blur . . .

Hi Y'all - just a quick stop in to say hello, happy Friday, and that the Rose & Thorn fall issue is now Live! Hope you will go by and take a look at the prose, poetry, and our artist.

We have company at the little log house, so I need to get back in there to be sociable.

What are your plans for the weekend? Do you have changing leaves and a nice chill in the air as we do?

Next week, on Wednesday, I'll be leaving GMR, the cove, the dogs, the ghost dog, and the little log house, my mountains, for Oregon to see my son, daughter in law, and my little Norah Kathryn --so excited. Anyone have any trips coming up?

Later y'all . . .

7 comments:

demery bader-saye said...

Looking forward to reading the fall issue of R & T! Enjoy your company and your little grandchild :) We've got a pretty mellow weekend ahead - soccer game, laundry, etc. We are going to a book signing tomorrow afternoon - a friend has written a book on the theology of Harry Potter. So excited!

Aimee L Salter said...

Aww! I'm from Portland. Wish I could hitch a ride... :(

Karen said...

Oh, Kathryn, I'm leaving too next week to see my grandkids! I can't wait! Plan to check out the latest Rose and Thorn. Have a great weekend!

Terri Tiffany said...

You have been one busy lady running all over and now to see your grandbaby!! Whoo hoo! I would be thrilled. Mine is coming here the first week in November for two whole weeks:) Disney here we come.

Anita said...

Hope you have a great weekend with your company and an even better time with that grandbaby! Happy Sweetest day to ya!

Deb Shucka said...

I'm headed for the beach in November for a writing retreat (just me and my story in a room alone).

So excited you'll be here this week!

Sandra Leigh said...

I'm off to work in a few minutes, but I was here to accept the Amazon parcel that arrived. I finally have my copy of Secret Graces -- just in time to make it my guilty pleasure during NaNoWriMo.

As for other plans, we're house hunting, and that could prove to be almost as exciting as getting to chat with Virginia Kate again. Almost.

Enjoy the grandbaby, Kathryn. Take lots of photos, okay?