Monday Thoughts

Me: Harriet has become a proper Devon dog.

Nell: What are you talking about?

Me: I noticed it on our walk yesterday afternoon.

Nell: I noticed that it was hailing and the fields had turned into mud.

Me: Yes, but look at the wonderful colour of the Devon soil. Rich and red. Just like Harriet

Nell: Harriet is chocolate brown and she is certainly not rich.

Me: You know what I mean.

Nell: She has definitely flourished since we moved down to Devon.

Me: I think we all have, Nell.

Nell: You are right.

Me: I just want this awful pandemic to be over so we can all enjoy it again.

Nell: Try and be patient. There is light at the end of the kennel.

Me: Don’t you mean tunnel?

Nell: Certainly not. What would I be doing in a tunnel?

Me: What would you be doing in a kennel?

Nell: I have no idea but I would definitely want a light on.

Me: True.

Nell: I’m so glad it’s nearly the end of this truly horrible year

Me: Yes. It’s been dreadful.

Nell: Apart from the release of your book, of course, and recording the audio book.

Me: Did I tell you the publishers are going to re-release it next year?

Nell: Yes. We missed all the book markets so hopefully they will take place again.

Me: The book buyers need to like it.

Nell: They will. Better times are ahead.

Me: I hope so. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to meet our readers?

Nell: It would be most gratifying.

Me: You never know, Nell. It might still happen. I had so many dreams.

Nell: We all did and they can still come true. Life is on hold at the moment, but not for much longer.

Me: Yes. Sorry.

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