#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller
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A big part of today’s blog got sucked into the black hole of cyberspace.

Errrrgh!  This is a brand new computer, so I’m blaming the internet itself.

To recap what I wrote before, my great-nephew, Gibson, is doing well.  I think he’s still in the hospital, but he’s been gaining weight steadily and is breathing on his own.  His parents are devoted, spending lots of time with him.

I finished THE TALIBAN CRICKET CLUB, the novel I mentioned previously.  It was sobering, but very, very good.  I then started THE KABUL BEAUTY SCHOOL, a memoir, and I’m enjoying that, too.

Tomorrow is Weight Watchers day–I’ll update you when I get home from the meeting.

Those are the highlights.  :)

Here’s hoping this entry doesn’t get swallowed.

Evening blog

I had planned on writing this blog entry first thing this morning, but I got caught up in the new book instead–I’m loving this story, though I do wish it would go just a tad faster :). 

I so appreciate all your comments and kind words about THE MARRIAGE PACT, and also your prayers and encouragement. 



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