In like a lion out like a lamb? I hope that's true. As I'm settling in to write this newsletter Tahoe is preparing to receive the largest snowfall of the season. Not really into it at this point since the spring weather we've had as of late has me thinking of wildflowers and days at the beach. Oh well, since the weather is one thing that no one can control, I suppose I'll just settle in and write. I'm actually working on two things right now and should have an update to my publising schedule in the next few weeks.
There is a new mystery this month. Clues will be provided on March 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th. Collect all the clues and solve the mystery then enter your answer in the rafflecopter at the end of the month for a chance to win a $25 Amazon Gift Card.
And as always, be sure to enter to win this weeks gift card giveaway. The entry form is provided toward the bottom of the newsletter.
Let’s Fly a Kite
March had arrived and with it the promise of spring. Ten friends decided to go kite flying. Most members of the group simply had a nice time but one member of the group hit electrical wires and fried his kite, while another lost his kite to an energetic dog who grabbed it and took off. A third friend lost his kite when a gust of wind ripped the string from his hands and it flew away. Use the clues provided on March 4th, 11th, 18th, and 25th, to figure out which friend had his kite fried by electrical wires, which lost his kite to a dog, and which had his kite blow away after being ripped from his hands.
Friends: Zak Tom Bill Gary Howard Leroy Adam Vince Donny Steve
Colors of Kites: Black Yellow Red Blue Green Orange Silver Purple White Brown
Gary did not lose his kite in the wind and Howard did not run his into electrical wires
Adam did not lose his silver kite to a dog
Vince was really proud of his pure white kite and made sure that nothing happened to it
Howard launched his green kite at the beach where it was windy but he hung on tight and didn’t lose it