Funday Happenings

smileThat’s not a typo. 😀

To have one less mentally-busy day and still have a good time on this blog, I’ve decided Sundays will be all about wonder and smiles. In honor of mentally kicking back once in a while, Sundays will be Fun Days! Each Sunday, I’ll post a short, fun or unusual something here. I’m a nerd with a complex sense of humor and absurd wit. It literally could be anything. lol

I woke to a lot of snow that fell overnight. I’ve said before, I love snow. I admit I am now officially tired of winter. Yesterday I bought a gardening magazine at a book store!

Today, I have two clips. The first is a video of Lake Michigan ice balls. The amazingly cold polar vortex we’re experiencing across the country willed these into being. They break off ice sheets and get shaped by waves. They range in size from golf ball to basketball and are even larger and continue to grow. I hear at this large size they’re a “once in a decade phenomenon”. As a Chicago native, I must say I’ve never seen them in my lifetime. I’m tempted to take a drive.

I stumbled across this video a few years ago. I think you’ll agree it’s interesting, if not a bit dumbfounding.

I am so easily amused. If you can’t see it through your subscription email, try here.

Tomorrow ~ the symbols series resumes!


Another 100 Things Blogging Challenge! For 100 days, I’ll post something from my chosen topic: Words on the Verge of Extinction. There are 74 entries to come.

Here’s one for today:

Succisive (adjective appeared 1619-1656)

of time, spare or in excess


bee1I’m all over the web with my satellite blogs this weekend. If two things are listed for one blog, that’s one on Saturday and one on Sunday. Scroll back to see what you’ve missed.  😀

Seductive Studs& Sirens & Weekend Writing Warriors

Sneak Peek Sunday

Set the Scene in Six (open author promo – come leave yours!)

My Sexy Saturday & Sexy Snippets

4 Us iconToday is author Bobbye Terry/Daryn Cross’ interview.

All through January the RB4U authors are doing interviews. The thoughtful questions are a great way to get to know us. Commenting that day gives you a chance to win a collectable t-shirt. Come see!

Last days in the COLD SNOW, HOT ROMANCE CONTEST! Three winners will each receive a $25 gift card for Amazon/Barnes & Noble, and split the other prizes randomly picked from prize list. Be sure to check all our pages for news about authors and their books, publishers and their books, and industry representatives.



Today is Set the Scene in Six. Come share your backdrop or lead-up in 300 words.
Several promotional opportunities for romance authors can be found on my Exquisite Quills group blogs. Meet the founding authors and our guests.

Exquisite Quills Yahoo Group

First Kiss Wednesday ~ share your best 300 word kiss.
Set the Scene in Six~ share your backdrop or lead-up on Sundays.
The Genesis of a Book ~ share the spark that ignited your novel
Author Interviews ~
We’re booking late spring now.

Coming soon on the EQ ~ Tempt Us Tuesday

EQ-RR.banner Today’s author: Andrea Cooper
A new place for your old stars to shine 😀


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Sample my love stories for free!



About ~RoseAnderson

Rose Anderson is an award-winning author and dilettante who loves great conversation and delights in discovering interesting things to weave into stories. Rose also writes under the pen name Madeline Archer.
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1 Response to Funday Happenings

  1. Never seen ice balls like these, Rose. If you drive over that way you are a brave woman. Looks like the entire northern USA is frozen and has returned to the ice age.

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