We got quite a snowfall, but it won’t last — 4 Comments

  1. Rick Riley,

    Yeah, I know what you mean! Way too violent, too. One modern Western I read had the “hero” shoot about 22 men in the first chapter!!! And that wasn’t an Indian fight, either. wow. And I know what you mean about the racy Westerns. Again, WOW. Not for me. Ish. I’d be ashamed to have folks read a book of mine like that. I want them to be ones my pastor, kids and grandma would find a good read!
    Yep, we are having real mild weather, too. Winter but not too cold. Wow, dandelions and bees? Not here. It’s too cold for that. Our beaver pond is frozen over tight so I don’t know what they’re up to.

  2. Donna,

    And I’m so glad you are having fun with the series. It brings lots of smiles hearing folks’ responses.

  3. Miss Jackie, I will send for the latest in the Jess Hazzard series. I just read the first two books again in the past week in anticipation. He certainly seems a great father and husband…..I would be proud to have such a friend and neighbor or son. Thank you for Jess. I love Zane Grey and Louis L’Amour but so many of the modern genre of westerns are too racy for my taste so when I see that I let them in the library…I really love your books!!! Thanks so much!!
    I can hardly believe the mildness of the weather here. It truly makes me want to start some seeds….there is much chatter here about a super el nino year. We get hard frosts most every night so far this winter but there are dandelions brave enough to put out a yellow flower here and there out back and some days I see the honey bees crawling on their pretty faces. Not sure how this compares to beavers…. Rick

  4. Book three came yesterday. I’m so tempted to hide my list of chores and read, read, read. Can’t wait!!!! Thank you for this series. I’m really enjoying it.