I know it’s a bit late, but Happy Easter! I don’t have a whole lot more to say today, but I still wanted to take a few moments to say that I hope everyone is having a good Spring so far and is enjoying the holiday, if you observe it, or just a good day either way!
Happy Father’s Day!
Happy Father’s Day to all of you fathers out there!
It’s certainly been a long year so far, so it’s all the more important to take a moment to let those you love how much you appreciate them – and today is a great day to let a father (or grandfather, if available) how much you love them. I know there are many families that are still separated by quarantine concerns, but fortunately, despite the continued issues that the nation and world are facing, we live in an era where loved ones are no further than a phone call (or video call) away.
Stay safe and Happy Father’s Day!
Happy Mother’s Day!
Happy Mother’s Day to all of you mothers out there!
I know I have talked about my son living here in San Antonio and our daughter living in Washington, D.C. I’m a first-time grandmother of the most terrific two month old (and I’m very un-biased in saying that!) – and due to this awful Coronavirus, my husband and I haven’t been able to hold our favorite grandbaby… let alone be in the same city as she is. I am so thankful that we live in a day where we can still be in contact by phone or by the visual technology that is available today!
Stay safe and Happy Mother’s Day!
Sheila Connolly Will Be Missed By Many
Unfortunately, we have lost another in the Cozy author community recently. Sheila Connolly passed away toward the end of April at the age of 70.
Sheila Connolly was the author of multiple very popular Cozy Mystery series, including the Orchard Mystery Series, the Museum Mysteries Series, the Relatively Dead Mystery Series, the Victorian Village Mystery Series, and the County Cork Mystery Series, the last of which I wrote a blog entry about. Under the pen name Sarah Atwell, she was also the author of the Glassblowing Mystery Series.
Rest in Peace, Sheila. You will be missed by many, and our sympathies go out to her family and friends.