#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2012

Friday the 13th

I’m not superstitious–well, not very–but I do tend to watch my p’s and q’s on Friday the 13th.  :)  I’m also not wild about walking under ladders–that’s probably just common sense–but I don’t throw salt over my shoulder when I spill it or anything like that, and I have no issues with black cats.  My daughter has two.

On the other hand, the full moon always seems to affect me, as does Mercury Retrograde.  (Even when I deliberately ignore them.)

Are you superstitious about anything?  Let’s talk about it.

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Sunny Skies in January

This is the Eastern Washington weather I remember from my childhood–it’s very cold out, but the sun is shining and the sky is sugar-bowl blue.  As Bernicie and I walked around the pasture this morning, I felt my heart just swell with gratitude.  That’s my prayer time, while I’m walking, and it’s just such a gift to me to spend that time with God and my all-time favorite Yorkie.  :)

I mentioned losing my cell phone–odd how disconnected I felt, even though I’m not actually a phone person anyway.  I missed my Daily Audio Bible app most of all–listening regularly to

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”

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