#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Tuesday, Tuesday

What can I say about Tuesday?

Bernice visited the vet yesterday afternoon, and while she’s still wearing a cone, at least she’s rid of the bandage. Nothing malignant, thank heaven. She’s working this situation for maximum sympathy and pity treats. Considering how spoiled she already was, that’s saying something.

The sun is out today, and am I ever glad to see it. This cowgirl can only take so many overcast winter days before she starts thinking about loading up the computer and the critters and heading due south. :)

Things have been in a real uproar around here lately, but now they’re calming down. I sneak into my newly beautiful craft room (thank you, Deb!) to paint a bead or glue something to a collage every once in a while, but I’m getting back into the current book today, and I’m thrilled.

The Weight Watchers program continues to go well. No problem at all sticking to my food plan–by rodeo time this December, I’ll be back in my skinny jeans.

More tomorrow. Have a good day. Be kind to yourself.

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