When I lived in East Glacier Park, Montana, March was a tough month. As an East Coaster, March was when winter loosened its grip, and spring crept onto tree limbs and released green shoots of flowers from their slumbering bulbs.
In that part of Montana, winter doubled down.
Sometimes our lives can be like that. Everywhere else spring seems to be coming right on schedule, yet our lives seem to be stuck in winter. That is when we have to remember the promise. Spring will come; it might be we aren’t ready. We haven’t dug deep enough.
Some trees in wet climates have hundreds of roots that go in all directions near the surface. This network helps to keep them upright when the water is high and rushing all around them. In dry climates, trees may have a deep taproot, thrusting downward until they find water.
Do you need water? Or is there too much in your life? What is it you need … right now … to be ready for the burst of new energy that spring brings with it?
My characters always find it necessary to make a change in their interior or exterior lives in order to be ready for love to find them. Promise Cove Wedding is no different. Makalia has a neat and orderly living space. Even her computer files are organized to the ultimate degree. There is no room in her life for anything as messy as love. Instead, she’s found someone who fits neatly into the slot she’s allocated for a relationship.
Can she make the changes she needs to make in order to get the love she really deserves?
I’ve finished the first draft of Promise Cove Wedding and it’s available for pre-order now.
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