Week in Review

Hey, Readers. It’s been a rather strange week. On Monday, my husband, brother, and I had to make a trip to the Dallas/Fort Worth area for a funeral. We left my brother’s house at 7:00, got to the outskirts of Dallas (about 80 miles) in an hour and fifteen minutes. From there it took another 1.25 hours to travel another 35-40 miles. Five lanes of freeway and bumper to bumper traffic.

Can I say I’m glad I don’t have to drive in that every day? Funny thing, a couple of weeks ago, I talked about Dallas rush hour in a post for Story Empire. Never dreamed I’d be in the middle of that mess so soon.

Needless to say, I came home exhausted and I’ve spent much of the week playing catch up. But on the drive home, I did capture a photo of some wispy white clouds.

Tomorrow is leap day, so take advantage to enjoy the extra day this year. And now, it’s time for this week’s links:


On this site:

On Story Empire:

On Other Sites:

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  1. I hate traffic like that, Joan. We are still having on-going power outages and our signals [traffic lights] go out. It causes terrible traffic jams. I have taken to listening to audio books while waiting. It makes it useful time instead of dead time.

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  2. Reblogged this on The Write Stuff and commented:

    Time once again for Joan Hall’s Week in Review post, and as always, her collection of links is fantastic. Hope you’ll check out this post (including the gorgeous photo) and will discover some articles you’ll want to read, as well. And it goes without saying–though I’m saying it, anyway–please pass these along so others can enjoy them, too, thanks. And thanks, Joan, for another great recap! 🙂 ❤

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  3. Seems this past week has been a bit stressful for several of us. Your drive through traffic like that is my worst nightmare, Joan. I avoid interstates like the plague these days. I LOVE the beautiful sky in your photo, though, and your week’s collection of links are fabulous, as always. Sharing this on The Write Stuff, Facebook, and Twitter. Thanks!!

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