#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Back in the USA

Just completed a 10 hour flight from Prague to Atlanta. Sally is at Panda Express–she’s a picky eater and was hungry for “American” food. Go figure. I guess she made a better choice than I did, though–I’m in a smoking room, writing this blog. :) She came in, coughed pointedly, and left again.

We’ll get as far as Seattle tonight, arriving around midnight. The plan is to–excuse the term–crash in a hotel room near the airport. In the morning, Sally will go on to Portland, while I head for Spokane. I will sure be glad to see all my critters and, oh, yeah, the people, too. :) With another week of exercise under her belt, Sadie-beagle must be looking downright svelt!

I LOVED Prague–it is beautiful, like a fairy-tale city, with all kinds of spires and minerets. I didn’t paint or draw while there, but I sure got inspired! The people are so friendly–with the exception of one store clerk who seemed to miss the Communist regime and would make an excellent Russian border guard. :) The weather alternated between snow flurries and dazzling sunshine lighting up an impossibly blue sky.

As much as I enjoy traveling, though, it’s always good to set my feet on home-ground again.

In only 4 days, TYLER will be in the book stores. Am I excited?

YES!

For now, though, I’d better go find my sister.

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