The weather here in Georgia has taken a nosedive. It went from being in the high seventies to being in the high thirties. Like winter.
My boy didn't get the memo and went outside wearing shorts, sandals, and a t-shirt.
"Dude," I said when I saw him. "It's cold. You need to change."
He shrugged and went upstairs to find more clothes. When he came back downstairs, he had on a sweatshirt, socks, and shorts. Almost appropriate.
"Your legs will freeze," I said.
He shook his head. "No, they won't. My leg hairs are natural pants!"
Now for something completely different: It's time for the IWSG question of the month.
This month's question is: If you could use a wish to help you write just one scene/chapter in your book, which one would it be?
Well, I've been working on more books for my Bubba and Squirt series. I've come up with a plot thread that can go through the entire series. It involves a villain. I'd like to use that wish to write the scene in which Bubba, Squirt, and all their friends they've met along the way defeat the villain and his cohorts, and rescue a very important person. It's going to be epic, but I'm not sure exactly how it's going to work, because it'll have to tie in everything from all previous books. It's taking massive brain power to figure it out. A wish might help!