Monthly Archives: February 2014
It’s National Sweater Day! The idea is to show support for energy conservation by wearing extra sweaters. Sweaters are knitted garments, and knitted garments have been around for a long time. How long is hard to say, but fragments, and sometimes whole specimens of what are now known as Coptic socks have been found on […]
Now that The Mud Rose has been released, it is time for me to concentrate on writing Book Three of my Time Rose series (The Spirit Rose). This means that I will have less time for blog posts, but I will try to put something up at least twice a week.
According to legend, if groundhogs coming out of their holes today happen to behold their shadows, they will take fright and scuttle back inside, signalling another six months of winter weather. If, however, the day is too cloudy to produce shadows, we can look forward to an early spring. The spring predictions associated with this […]