It’s been over two weeks since I last posted on this blog and this is just a “catch up” post.
I hope all followers had a happy Thanksgiving. We had an enjoyable trip to the East Coast, visiting with family and friends along the way. It is hard to keep up with writing and posting when traveling but I’m ready to set out a few pre-New Years goals.
First, I will try to post on the blog at least once every three days, or more often if the occasion warrants it.
Second, I will continue work on my fifth novel, tentatively titled Prohl’s Revenge. (My wife does not like this title so it will probably go.) With the first six chapters written, it is well under way.
Third, my blog posts will continue to explore any developments in the Stacey Burns murder case. One can only hope that one correspondent on this blog is correct when he says that a new governor in New Hampshire will be seeing that this case is closed by Mothers’ Day, 2017. I am running out of ways to say that this “active investigation” should not be taking seven years and seven months (as of 12/10/2016) to close. However, I will continue to write about it.
I wish you all a joyous Christmas season, with an emphasis on what the season is supposed to mean–peace, love, and good will to ALL.
Thanks Duke for the season’s greetings. We had people who live alone and a family who live in Mexico for Thanksgiving. Nice. I will spend Christmas in Denver with my son and his family. It will be the last Christmas his oldest son will spend at home before going off to college (maybe Texas A&M) The dynamics will change and just one last glimpse of innocence before that happens is something joyful. I wish you and all your readers a wonderful and blessed Christmas season. May this New Year bring health to all of us. Mary
Thank you Mr. Southard! Thanksgiving was nice here in Texas…I ate too much but I did attend 3 separate dinners (family, in-laws and a friends house)! I hope the new NH governor can close this Stacey Burns case before May 2017. That would be great. I love reading your blogs and your thoughts that you share here. Thank you for keeping it up. I hope you Christmas season is filled with peace, love, good will and lots of family time. Best wishes to you for a happy, healthy and creative new year! Lynn
Thank you Duke, This has been a long strange trip indeed and having you here is a good thing. When the Cubs won the series I pinched myself and after the election I did it again, everything upside down is turning over and all that was impossible suddenly seems possible. Leadership and accountability are what is needed to solve problems and with that, I am optimistic. Thanks again, and by the way, this red neck never did get my deer this season. Merry Christmas to you all. jimmy