Winter in March

Even though winter had its chance for the month, it’s decided to give us its last hoorah and snow this week again. Luckily for us, our days are busy at the top end of the week and our stay-at-home days are at the end. That means it can snow all it wants after today and we’ll be fine because there’s no commuting, no nursery, and no rushing about.

I’ve happily just purchased Meg Cabot’s recent Princess Diaries book. I always tell myself that I don’t have the time and patience to read, which is true for most days, I’ll gladly dip in and out of this ebook. The Princess Diaries series is just the best and I’m so glad the story lives on. I would love to write cute, funny, smart, awkward, royal, teenage books. One day I’ll get there.

But anyway, nothing much to report for me. I’ve neglected my Boogie Bounce exercises last week, so that’s on the agenda during our snow days. I’ve had high hopes for outdoor walks and even bought some new trail shoes for the occasion but then this cold and snow turned up, so that will have to wait.

I’m like Olaf over here, anxiously awaiting summer.

Mothering Sunday is around the corner too for us in the U.K. so I’ve decided to not be boring and eat lunch in the mall, as I’d originally planned. Instead, we’re going for an afternoon lunch in town and hopefully going to the museum. That’s the plan. We’ll see how the weather holds up.

Writing-wise, this is about it for me. I just haven’t had the energy to do anything other than get to bed early because now I’m sleeping better (touch wood) and not as zapped of energy throughout the day.

Incidentally, if anyone needs help getting to sleep, the Headspace app has helped me a lot.

And on that note, it’s time to see if the snow will hold off until tonight while we’re still getting ourselves back indoors. I hope everyone is having a nice March so far.


About Suzanne Schultz Pick

Married to Steve. Mother of Jack. Librarian IT Assistant. Writer, teacher, blogger, podcaster, technological princess.
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