Sunday, January 13, 2019
Saturday, January 12, 2019
Yesterday I heard a faint, high-pitched sound that seemed to be coming from the ceiling.
It was too soft to be from a smoke alarm, and every time I moved under one of the alarms the sound seemed to be coming from another direction.
I followed it around the house, but always heard it coming from somewhere other than where I was standing.
It was driving me crazy!
I asked a neighbor with mechanical skills to come in and help me find it, but he was hard of hearing and couldn’t hear it at all.
The sound continued for several hours.
Finally I decided to sit down and read, hoping that would distract me from the frustrating sound. My dog jumped up onto my lap and the mystery was solved!
The sound was coming from the collar she wears to keep her from barking. Normally it emits a sound only dogs can hear if she barks, but the slightly lower sound is to let me know the battery is low.
I removed the battery and replaced it with a new one and the sound was gone.
Whew! What a relief!
Wednesday, January 9, 2019
It’s a good thing last Saturday was a rainy day and I didn’t have to go anywhere because when I started reading Snared, Escape to the Above I couldn’t put it down.
I love the creative concept of an underground fantasy world where the residents have never seen the light of day.
The characters seem real, and I felt like I was experiencing the adventures Wily Snare must deal with.
This book must be the first in a series but, unlike some series books, it has a satisfying conclusion.
I look forward to reading the next book by Adam Jay Epstein.
Sunday, January 6, 2019
Saturday, January 5, 2019
I blogged twice a week with almost no exceptions for many years. But, lately, I’ve often been remiss in posting anything to my blog.
Between moving, unpacking, and the holiday season, writing blog posts became lower on my To-Do lists.
I’m sorry if anyone has missed my posts, though I’ve still been active on Facebook. And I’ll try to get back to blogging about three of my favorite things, words, books, and kids, soon.