A Writer's Journey

March 4, 2013

In Like a Lion…

Filed under: journey,The Conference House,writing — mackenziew @ 12:00 am
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It’s March! Time sure flies, don’t it? Of course, I’m writing this in early February so it’s my own fault. But we’ll ignore that for now, okay?

March is a funny time weather-wise here in New York. A few years ago, a cousin who lives in South Carolina came up to visit us and the city. She and I e-mailed prior to her visit and one of the topics was what she should pack. I told her to pack both warm and cold weather clothing because she could get both within the week she’d be with us. Actually, it snowed one of the days she was here. Nothing drastic—the flakes were fat and had little chance of sticking to anything besides people and grass. By the afternoon, it was gone.

So I don’t know what type of weather I’m in for this month. Hopefully, it’s warm as Easter is at the end of the month. I hate cold Easters.

But one of the good things is that it’s getting lighter out. Yes, I know that’s been happening since December. But it’s really noticeable now. And I like when it stays lighter longer.

Changes of the season also inspire me more. I’m not sure why, but it does. And March is no different. It’s when I was finally figured out how to write “The Conference House.” Of course, I thought I’d be done with it by now but…well, things happen. But I’m back to “The Conference House.” More on that in another post.

So let’s see what March brings, shall we?


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