#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


As the Seasons Turn

Most of my deck garden has gone on to the compost bin, although the tomatoes are still hanging in there. I will miss my beautiful flowers, but I know the ground must rest and restore itself before producing next year’s heart-stoppingly gorgeous blooms.

There are a number of October birthdays in my family, so here are some happy wishes going out to:
Niece Kelly (yes, Auntie is late again, but your card is on it’s way to your new address!)
Brothers-in-law, Jon Reily and Jim Lang–your cards are in the mail, and best wishes in the meantime. :)
First cousin Lee Bleecker–today’s the day! Have a happy one!

Today will be a writing day, of course, with a brief trip to the hairdresser, much needed. My hair has gone wild again. It does that, no matter what the season.

Enjoy the moment.

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