It is one of those stare at a blank computer screen kind of blogging days. This won’t do. I’ll pep things up (most notably myself) with a picture.
This is a picture from last February, when Steven decorated our mantle for Valentine’s Day. The wine glass with the lips and the rubber ducky are there again this year, but, as I mentioned in an early post, it is not a particularly seasonal decor.
As I enjoy the first few days of the month, I am still getting used to the idea that it IS a new month. Now I have to think about Valentine’s Day. And I have less time before I have to worry about my murder mysteries in March and April. Ooh, and I need to be getting my article(s) written for Mohawk Valley Living magazine. All of a sudden, I am thinking I have every reason in the world for it to be Wrist to Forehead Sunday!
How about if I make it a Non-Sequitur Sunday instead and throw in a couple of unrelated photos. Double Indemnity, shown above, is good movie to watch on a Sunday afternoon. Had I watched it earlier, I might have managed a Sunday Cinema post. And while we’re on the subject of What Might Have Been, I went running this morning — outside in the snow — in hopes of making a Running Commentary post.
I shall close with a photo of a past murder mystery, A G.R.A.V.E. Murder, which was presented in October of 2017 to benefit the Herkimer County Historical Society. I post it to inspire myself to finish my latest deadly opus (hmmm, how does Deadly Opus sound for a title?). At least I have managed a blog post of over 300 words. I say not bad for a Sunday. Bring on the rest of the week!