#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


A Drive-by Blogging

Here I am at the main house–Sadie and Bernice wanted to come back, so I brought them. I’ll be going back out to the lake, dogless. Sometimes they just don’t settle in out there, and this is one of those times. They miss their big yard, the other dogs, the kitties, and my staff/family. (The other dogs are Mary Ann’s Fergie and Katie.)

I am practically a convalescent, after finishing that book. I didn’t know how tired I was until I stopped. I hit a physical wall, upon arrival at the lake yesterday, took a long nap as soon as I’d unloaded and put away the groceries. I got up, watched some TV, had some dinner, and went straight back to bed. I was so wound up, I had a really hard time getting to sleep–and then I was up and down all night with symptoms you’re much happier not knowing about.

So, I’m going back. Taking another stab at this relaxation thing. It’s a challenge, but I think I can do it!

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