#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Allrighty, then!

The Geek Squad saved me, and now I can use the Word function on this computer. Imagine my chagrin this morning when I realized that Microsoft has changed the whole format! It’s always something, isn’t it?

The weather this morning is beautiful beyond description–blue-gold is this day.

The pool has been shocked and has turned, as if by magic, from green to blue. Sadie-beagle is eager to go for a dip, so we have to keep an eye on her. Bernice gives the pool a wide berth, but she’s a swimmer, too. When they were filling the pool in Arizona, and the shallow end was still dry, she waded out and started paddling around. Sadie is a comical swimmer–her ears float as she paddles diligently along.

So, much to do before I sleep.

Allrighty, then.

I’ll just push up my sleeves and dig in. It’s the McKettrick way, after all. And the Lael way, too.

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