Thursday, 2 December 2010

. . . . be careful what you wish for . . . . . !

. . . . . . well that will teach me to say I have never been anywhere cold before! It's minus five today but feels like minus 10. Now I know what I will be wearing in Alaska. We had another 10" of snow last night. I am well and truly trapped now. This is the view from my window.

I have always loved living on top of a hill at the end of a very large cul de sac, it is very quiet with wonderful views, now I am not so sure. 
Hey ho!!! I have enough food for three more days and it SHOULD clear up a bit by then - I hope. My local shop is a mile away which I could walk to if ABSOLUTELY necessary, but I don't want to fall over. Two of my friends have fallen over and broken their wrists. I had an email from one of my customers in Scotland telling me they had been in Arctic conditions for the past 9 days. 

The most important thing is that we all look after each other. Keep warm and if you are bored, keep in touch . . . . I'm only writing a book . . . . . disturb me anytime  . . . . . x

1 comment:

  1. It looks so pretty, until you have to venture out doesn't it? I spent 3 hours trying to get to some of my students today, on VERY slippery and snowy roads. Not fun, but I got there. I'd like it to all go now please. Look forward to reading your new book.