Meg Noble Peterson

Author of Madam, Have You Ever Really Been Happy? An Intimate Journey through Africa and Asia

THE MIST IS ROLLING IN…IT MUST BE FALL IN LANGLEY!

I now know why Elizabeth George writes mystery novels…. or are they really mist…ery novels? Maybe that’s why she lives here. We’ve been socked in for a week, and I’m expecting any moment to hear a fog horn from a ferry that’s lost its way. I walk down to the South Whidbey Commons every afternoon to read one of her novels, while waiting for the young student interns to take 20 minutes to make my cappuccino. Bless their hearts. Now that I know this coffee shop/used book store features local writers, I’ll be bringing mine down. I now qualify. I really love this town!

It has taken several months of back and forth, a cross-country road trip, and many agonizing hours of wondering where all my 76 boxes were, as they also went back and forth across the country looking for movers that went out west. Oh my!

Here’s a little slideshow of when it all started, my birthday last June. Lee Compton, a dear friend with whom I traveled in India two years ago, took these and the previous blog shots.

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3 Comments

  1. Meg: I’m moving in – do you have an extra room ? 🙂

  2. Peter E.M. Beach

    It sounds as if you have finally found your nitch. but you are going to miss the New York theatre. But think of all that money you will save, plus there is music and a lovely view when there is no mist. Enjoy !!

    Love Peter

  3. Christy Korrow

    “…while waiting for the young student interns to take 20 minutes to make my cappuccino.” Ha! Best line of the post!

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