I hope everyone had a wonderful Memorial Day weekend. Here in Chicago it started out with lots of mist and rain. After a turbulent Sunday thunderstorm the skies cleared by the end of the end and the muggy air set in for the evening.
With the chirping of birds and streams of golden light, Monday turned out to be glorious. Hitting almost 90 degrees, I have to admit it was a bit hot, but the clear skies won me over. I hope all of you had sunny skies and nice weather for your outings.
I would also like to thank all of you who left comments this weekend for Shelly Watters contest. I received some great advice and I will spend the morning tweaking my first page. Let's hope I can impress the judges. Good luck to all other contestants who have entered. From what I eye-balled from the other entries it will be a tough choice. We all seem to be sharpening our skills at a feverish rate, so the writing is amazing.
This week plans to be a busy one for me. I hope to get a good chunk of editing done on my novel. I have CP'S anxiously waiting for the final edit of The Blinded Gardener. Let me know what you have planned for this week. With summer on its way, I am sure many of some exciting plans.
Happy Tuesday everyone and live today to the fullest!