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Winter Wonderland Inside and Out

This post is a month late, but hey, I've been writing and editing. After Christmas is over and the many holiday decorations are wrapped and put away until next year, the theme shifts from jolly reds to winter whites. When I need a brain break from words, I like to get busy with my hands while still doing something creative.


The indoor tree is not leftover from Christmas. After the holidays, our local hardware store was giving away surplus trees, because hey, who wants a tree after Christmas? I do! More than a month later and it is still fresh.


The exterior tree decorations were switched out to whites and silvers with a touch of black.



And beyond the walls and shoveled paths of the house, the winter woods and snowy shores of Flathead Lake await. This is perfect weather for writing, which is what I'll be doing much of the weekend. I have a Kyndall thriller to finish!


Be kind, be well, and stay warm!

~M

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MK McClintock writes stories for those who enjoy escaping to another time and place, where their imaginations are free and open to simple pleasures and stories with plenty of happy-ever-afters—at least for the good guys. Villains get a different kind of ending.

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