Thursday, September 1, 2011

September...I'm back

September...looks nothing like this in Colorado. But I am ready for fall and cooler weather.

I'm back...though I am limited. We have wireless internet and my poor computer doesn't have the WiFi programming yet. So, as soon as I can buy the program we will save so much money on the internet. It is already a $50 savings since I had one system and my daughter had another.

Monday I will continue the plot post with, Forbidden Love. Even if you don't write romance, a plot that is based on love is important as a secondary plot. What has more tension and conflict than love?

I'm not going to be able to make the rounds today, but before Monday I hope to stop by and say "hi," to many of you.

Nancy


9 comments:

Dawn Embers said...

I'm looking forward to fall too. It doesn't look like that here in Wyoming either but that's okay. At least it won't be so hot.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

Welcome back, Nancy! Hope you can stop by before next Wednesday - I'm launching something really cool soon.

Francine Howarth said...

Hi,

Welcome back, Nancy.

Autumn/Fall is just around the corner, and a gorgeous time of year as trees change colour and drop their coats to the floor. ;)

cheers

li said...

It ate my last comment :-(( Anyway, hello, glad to see you. I like fall, hate winter!

The Golden Eagle said...

Welcome back! :)

I'm ready for fall to arrive, too. The trees aren't all brown and orange yet--but the tips of a few are beginning to change.

Jules said...

Welcome back stranger. Hope life is settling down. But it is good to see you back here. :)
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow

Summer Ross said...

I'm so glad you are back even for limited visibility. :)

N. R. Williams said...

Thanks everyone. I have to take my daughter to work and a few other errands but I hope to visit you all today.
Nancy

Marian Allen said...

Welcome back, Nancy! HUGS

The leaves are starting to turn here in Southern Indiana. I said, "Oh, look! It's Fall!" and my husband said, "It's the drought." No poetry, but he's probably right.

Marian Allen
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