Words and pictures from the author of the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries
congratulations to this truly lovely award! I love Celestes page.
Thank you, Eliane! Yes, Celeste's blog is a beauty.
The turkey looks quite regal,the caterpillar's quite the monster,that bird's nest is a veritable Alcatraz,Ali Ali's sniffing out the daily blog?Happy Sunday! :-)
At first I thought of turkeys as ugly but now I appreciate their regal grace.I think Ali Ali wanted to update his Facebook page.
Wild life...and life of a pet !Very pleasant lives and pictures !
Your last comment about Ali is very funny !
If anyone should have a Facebook page, it's Ali Ali whose face is irresistible. I'll speak to his staff about it.
Keep Ali Ali away from Twitter!!LOL
Hi Vicki! That caterpillar is huge!I want to tell you that I enjoy reading your first book of the Elizabeth Goodweather series "Signs in the Blood", very much I bought the first two books two days ago and I almost finished the first one.Very clever of you to weave the story of Little Sylvie in the main story. It's a fascinating and thrilling story and you describe the countryside so well and in great detail that I see clearly how Elizabeth lives and what she looks like. I hope that she and Phillip are going to be an item!!! You know how to capture one's attention!
Liz -- Too funny! Ali Ali's people were here for dinner and they treated me to a sample of what Ali Ali's tweets might sound like. Maybe I'll do a post.Reader Wil -- It's a good-sized caterpillar but it's a rather small rose -- about 2 centimeters across.And I'm so glad you're enjoying SIGNS! Elizabeth's farm is much like ours (less weedy and our flower and herb growing is on a much smaller scale.) As for Elizabeth -- alas, she's younger and much better looking than I. But we share a world view. And Phillip? well, time will tell.
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