Awhile ago, back when I was feeling semi-confident in my ability to maintain a weekly blog, my buddy Nancy Bo Flood emailed me. I’ve been told I overuse BFF, to the point that when people find out I’m actually friends with said BFF, they’re surprised. So Nancy is not my BFF, but it sure seemed like it as we brushed our teeth together in a dorm bathroom at Vermont College, where we were both getting our MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults.
Now Nancy has written a YA novel, Warriors In The Crossfire, just out from Front Street Books. And I promised to do an in-depth, cool profile of her/ her piece de resistance. Then I forgot to blog. So this post is a pre-post to Thursday’s blog, a professional, awesome post (unlike…well…the posts up to now). This way I’ll have time to spread the word about Nancy, and the post won’t have only one reader.
Also on Thursday: there will be prizes! So tell everyone you know.
To prep myself for writing an actual blog with, you know, information, I decided to start with something easy:
Don’t you hate it when something that is supposed to be easy is actually NOT easy? That’s how it was with this picture. But it was worth it, wasn’t it? I mean, check out that Chocolate Cheese Pie. It, along with its cousin, the Heath Mud Pie, were two of my favorite things about our Disneyland vacation.
This was the other one:
Yep. Disney-wrapped chocolates at turn-down every night!
There was more, much more, to the trip than chocolate. But really, how can anything follow that?
See you Thursday.