#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Adventures of Sadie-Beagle

My little friend has had a rough time lately–she’s been in the veterinary clinic, except for a brief stint at home, since last Thursday night.  This morning, she’s having a sonogram and then she needs to go to her regular vet and we’ll see from there.  We are all hoping she can come home after Dr. Bauer gives the OK.  All this came about, we think, because of her Cushings medicine–it just made her almighty sick. 

Yes, this has been stressful, but there’s a lot to be thankful for, too.  Since the night I fell in love, completely by accident, with a beagle puppy in a pet store window–January 6, 2000–she’s been a dear, dear friend.  She’s lavished me with love and devotion, made me laugh, provided comfort in bad times and good.

So today I will write–that is my solace as well as my joy–and I will wait, and I will pray.

That’s the news.

2 comments to “Adventures of Sadie-Beagle”

  1. debbiekoziel
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      · August 8th, 2011 at 4:40 pm · Link

    Linda….my prayers are with you and Sadie beagle.



  2. Kat
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      · August 10th, 2011 at 5:37 pm · Link

    Linda, when it's hot out I give my dog an ice cube as a "special treat". He loves it.



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