Five weeks to go . . . I think.
Ted has had a possible 3-day job come up May 6-8 here in Georgia (the week we would be doing our final packing to leave). If that job commitment is made, there’s a chance we won’t get out of here Mother’s Day weekend. We’ll just have to wait and see what happens . . .
I only have a few photos tonight, and most of the ones I do have deal with more snow . . . something the island will be happy now to see end. The first of the Grand Hotel workers arrived this week, and most of them came from very warm climates. I’m hearing there are a lot of very happy Jamaicans seeing their first snow ever and enjoying it immensely! I just can’t quite comprehend that the Grand “soft” opens at the end of this month and officially opens one week later, on May 2.
I read in The St. Ignace News this week that P.J. Parrish, the author of “Heart of Ice” – set on Mackinac Island – will be participating in the Mackinac Island Library Summer Author Series. As you know “P.J.” is actually the pen name for two sisters, Kristy Montee and Kelly Nichols. They’ll be at the island library on June 28 at 4 p.m. – can’t wait to hear them!
The Seabiscuit Cafe is already open! Love, love, love their English Pot Roast Muffins! Oh my gosh – now my tummy is growling!
As the weeks tick by, I’ve begun to think seriously about Bree’s Blog, and where I want to go with it this summer . Coming up in June will be what I hope is one of the best stories yet from that magical spot. It involves a wonderful, loyal reader and his wife and the amazing way the Island is helping make a dream come true. That’s all I’m giving away for now . . . . :)!
That’s all for tonight. Have a great week, think SPRING, and God bless.