March 1st, 2011

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It’s been quite a winter for most of us. Ours has been very dry in the Panhandle of Texas. Winds between 50 mph and 70mph fanned fires in the area on Sunday that burned an estimated 30,000 acres and 53 homes were lost. We are praying for rain but the high plains is a tinder box. High wind warnings again today again. Hopefully, no fires. For me, we live in Amarillo, but have many friends in the surrounding area at risk, I pray for their safety and that of others.

The old saying is if March comes in like a lion it goes out like a lamb. I’m definitely looking forward to some weather that could be considered a lamb.

If you’ve spent a lot of time inside because of weather over the winter months, then let me know what you’ve been reading or writing. We’d love to hear from you. It helps keep our list of books to read growing.

Author: diannegsagan

Dianne G. Sagan has written over 25 books and more than 300 articles in her 20 years as a ghostwriter and published her own work traditionally and indie. She writes fiction and nonfiction. She's an experienced speaker at writers' conferences in the region and an experienced facilitator for writers classes and workshops.

2 thoughts on “March 1st, 2011

  1. Hello Dianne,
    Enjoyed your post. The weather has my area thinking we are in for another dust bowl. Especially my neighbors who remember it well. The onset of the weather right before the dust storms.

    It’s sad all those people lost their homes to the fires. I pray they get back on their feet soon. I know it will take time to recover, if they ever do. My heart goes out to them.

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