Letter to Readers
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15 November 2020
Are you as tired of hearing about the year 2020 as I am? It has been harrowing, to put it mildly, and the world still has a lot of tumbles and tragedies yet to face before we come out on the other side. I never want to make light of what has happened, is happening, and is yet to happen, but I will admit that I got to the point where I had to stop letting in those stories and focus instead on the victories and saves, and getting lost in writing and business.
I spend as much time as possible outdoors. The scene above is from the day before I wrote this letter, and it was perfect. I wore a mid-weight coat to keep out the chill from the wind blowing through, but kept it unzipped because I happen to like cold winds. The sun peeked through on and off during the day, and though most of the snow had melted, winter left her its mark as a reminder that it was here to stay for the foreseeable future. Beautiful days like this one are how I survive the chaos with my good spirits intact. Blogging about baking, books, movies, and Montana is my way of