Monday, March 8, 2010

Bring On The Summer!

Hi Y'ALL--Debra Clopton here and on the watch for summertime! Anyone who is around me for all of about two seconds knows a couple of things about me...I eat dessert first and I love summertime. Well, I am sooo ready for summer that I'd skip dessert all summer if the sun would come out and stay for awhile :)soon. Soon it is going to happen. I'm thankful God made me a Texan because at least here all through the winter we'll have pretty warm days every week or so that help get me though the cold days of winter. And boy did we have some cold days! It snowed in Madisonville twice. Really snowed...that is very unusual. It was cool though and I enjoyed it for the two days we had it and then glad to see it gone...

Anyway, I feel blessed and I'm thankful today. God has been awesome this year. Yes, there have been struggles but that only makes me more thankful for the good times. This morning I'm taking time to really thank God for what He has done for me and my family, every small thing, every big thing. Part of that thankfulness is for the fact that I get to do what I love every time I write a book. What a blessing that is for me. I love it. I just mailed out another book to my editor and my mind is consumed with creating new storylines this morning and so I'm distracted by them and hoping this blog makes a sense! I'm diving back into it now but hope y'all have a great day--God bless and bring on the summer.

Debra Clopton


  1. Debra -- I know how it is to wait for summer. Here in Southern California our winters are beautiful though (it's my favorite season here -- balmy, sunny, with a few rainy days) --

  2. I'm the same way, this year more than ever, Debbie. We've had an unusually cold winter in Georgia, and on Monday and Tuesday we got a taste of spring. I'm soooo ready!!


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