The Best of the Season By Diane Chamberlain | December 24, 2006 | 9 The boys and I wish all my readers a wonderful holiday, filled with friends, family and lots and lots of books! Posted in Uncategorized
Merry Christmas to you also.
Just spent the day cooking turkey, ham, trimmings…My children and grandchildren are here-unfortunately my daughter has a bug…just our luck.
They all arrived yesterday afternoon.
The three girls are doing fine…
We will open one gift tonight and all the rest-a plethora of them-tomorrow…the girls will have fun…
I am already calling your mom Sue ELLEN…THAT’S SO ODD…AS TO THE POSTPARTUM DEPRESSION…Have read much…
What a wonderful picture!! Jet and Keeper are 2 lucky dogs. I know how much you love them. Hope your Christmas was wonderful.
Brenda, Warning! Don’t get too attached to SueEllen! LOL.
Thanks, Ann. The picture is a bit old–you can tell by how little Jet is. But I thought it was right for the season. Hope you had a great Christmas as well.
As creative as you are, I won’t get too attached to anything…writing in progress…I told you that I did the Vietnam novel and my protagonist was Margaret–then my daughter named the latest Margaret–thank goodness that book is on the back burner…
Have fun…you are including us, and I love it.
However, my choice is SueELLEN 🙂 🙂 🙂
Happy New Year-got some test results back-not great-more tests…
have to get this Master’s finished…
Reread CeeCee…Diane-that plot line is masterful…I hope all your fans (and others) read it.
Brenda, sorry about the test results. Dealing with illness/diagnostic possibilities/uncertainty while trying to work and go to school is no fun at all. That’s actually a topic I want to write about in a non-fiction book one of these days. If I could just find the extra time between the doctors’ appointments. . .
I always reserve copies at the bookstore of Diane’s newest before their release date and as soon as they hit the tables, I’m called…I picked up my copy of CEECEE WILKES as soon as it was out, curled up with my comfy quilt and a hot cup of cocoa and read till 2 a.m. Diane has a way of keeping me up way into the night with her emotionally charged novels and CEECEE had me chewing my nails! I’ll never forget the scene where I brokedown and had to sit and pull myself together before I could go on…I still think about that part today. Brenda, take care of yourself…I’m sorry you have so much to deal with. P.S….Diane, I love this pic. You can absolutely feel the love.
A “visit” with D. Chamberlain is a gift we give ourselves….
Absolutely Brenda! (-: