#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Birthday Bash!

Dad’s 80th birthday celebration was a real bash–well-attended, and lots of fun. My gift was a surprise visit from our mutual friend, Peggy Knight, who flew in from Tennessee just for the occasion. (Caution: visits from Peggy may be hazardous to your weight loss program–she made biscuits and gravy this morning!)

Sadie’s foot is healing well, and I’m happy to say she is no longer a conehead. The top of her paw is a little raw (rhyme not intended), from the bandage, but the incision is healed and she’s really on the mend.

Looks like we might get a goose-drowner of a rain storm today. Makes for a cozy day inside, but sister Pam is flying back to Phoenix today, and I hope she doesn’t get a bumpy ride!

Have you read “The Man from Stone Creek” yet? I have been listening to the unabriged audio on CD, (yes, I already know how it turns out!), and it’s a kick to hear my own words read back to me in a deep cowboy voice.

Spokane and the surrounding area: if you’re an early riser, look for me on TV tomorrow morning. KXLY (ABC), “Good Morning Northwest”. I’ll be on KHQ Saturday morning, probably in the 9 o’clock hour, and signing books from 2-3 the same day, at the Barnes & Noble on north Division. Come by and say howdy!

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