March began with a trip to see grandkids in Seattle, which was wonderful,
and going out after the first round in the March Madness poetry tournament, which was disappointing. (I realize it's a poor craftsman who blames his tools, but my assigned word "distribution" just didn't inspire me.)
I got a 6 from Rate Your Story on my Mom Dot Com--may be time to give up on that one. It involves a child pulling mom away from the computer, and technology has changed to where she probably just uses her tablet or phone.
I'm waiting to hear from Kathleen Hayes at High Five/Hello about two poems I sent, and I entered Cowboy Shorty in a RYS contest. I sent Confetti the Yeti to a British publisher looking for diversity.
The best writer news in March was my copy of Appleseeds--I love the five illustrations that accompany my three page story! My "Interview With a Roadrunner" features Lance Lizard interviewing the New Mexico state bird, and the artwork was both accurate and humorous, just perfect.
So nice to have a little success amid all the disappointment and waiting!