#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for August, 2012

Musings

It’s still pretty warm here in Spokane, but that hint of fall is definitely there.  YES.  The blossoms on my Veteran’s Honor roses are full and bright red, another reminder that God is the most brilliant artist of all.  Now is the time to cut a plump, dozy blossom and float it in my crystal rose bowl–too beautiful.  Why, when I think of the jillions of different flowers and fish and animals, I’m awed.  No two snowflakes have ever been alike, and no two ever will.  Same with people, grains of sand, you name it.  Everything God creates is a

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Sunshine on my shoulders

Makes me happy!

Lots of work to do, so I’m keeping this short today.

The weather is just plain glorious–very sunny, but not so wickedly hot.  :)  That hint of fall is definitely in the air, though, and I’ve seen a few changing leaves already.  I’m not dreading winter this year, because Wendy and Jeremy are nearby, and that makes all the difference.  I’m not sure how long they’ll be staying, but at least until spring, so it’s all good.

The book is waiting, so I’m off to Parable, but, once again, I want to thank all of you for your

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From the end of the Civil War until 1890, some 10 million head of cattle were driven from Texas to Kansas.

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