|Me and daughter Dana on vacation another time.|
When ever we go there, daughter plans our days--and I know we'll be visiting interesting places, perhaps Old Town Temecula, going to a couple of movies, eating out, swimming, and best of all, lots of family time.
To tie this into mystery, for those of you who don't know, Temecula is where Erle Stanley Gardner had a ranch and wrote many books--usually four at a time. He had four secretaries he dictated them too--one he was romantically involved with. I read a lot of his mysteries, especially those with Perry Mason and Della Street. (Also loved the TV series.)
Will I be doing any work? A little probably. I always check email wherever I am and will respond to what is needed. I'll promote this blog and another I'm on. Because I'm just beginning a new Rocky Bluff P.D., I'll probably talk to Dana and her daughter Genie (who are both fans of the series), about what they might like see happen to the characters this time around. And since I'm making up a religious sect, I'll get some ideas for that from them.
And for any culprits who might read this--even though we're goine, my son and his wife aren't, and they live on our property. Anyone who has seen my son and his dogs won't foolishly come around for any of the wrong reasons.
|Son Matthew, his dog redwood, and some friends.|
Summer is coming, time to plan on reading some of the great mysteries that the authors on this blog have written.
You might want to try the latest in my Rocky Bluff P.D. series, Violent Departures--available on Amazon.
Marilyn aka F. M. Meredith