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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

Great Company

Tomorrow I head north to O'Hare.
That's Chicago.
Where it's cold.

Although I try not to share photos this time of year, for fear of repercussions from my Yankee friends, they've had such a nice winter up there, I think I can show just these teensy pics.


 Looking outside-

 MY BACK DOOR:




MY FRONT DOOR:



 Actually, the Chicago weather forecast says sunny and low 40s on Friday and Saturday. I'll take it. Especially when this note appeared at the bottom of the weather.com forecast:

Notorious February Snowstorms
It may not seem like it now, but February is notorious for some of the worst snowstorms of the year.



If you're wondering what's taking me from my sunny clime, you can read all about it on this terrific blog: WATCH, CONNECT, READ: Exploring Children's Literature Through Book Trailers.

I'm way at the bottom. Scroll through some amazing talent and you'll see me. I'm excited and honored that GLORY BE is in such good company. My bags are packed. My Junk Poker box is carefully wrapped. I even have photos loaded onto a PowerPoint presentation.

Naperville, Illinois- here I come! Anderson's Children's Literature Breakfast!
Can't wait!



4 comments:

Barbara O'Connor said...

Have fun! Stay warm! Knock 'em out! You'll be great! Wish I were there. xoxo

Mr. Schu said...

Yay! See you at Anderson's Children's Literature Breakfast. :)

Suzy said...

Enjoy listening to you speak and share about your book today! :)

PragmaticMom said...

It strangely feels warm when it's 40, especially if there is no wind. Not sure why, but 65 at the ocean feels colder, at least according to my kids. They refuse to wear jackets in the 40s.