#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Bullwinkle!

We’re enjoying an unexpected bonus here on the Triple L–our very own moose!

He showed up yesterday, grazing on the ten acres in front of the house. What sight! I’ve never seen a real MOOSE before–and I certainly never thought I’d see one on my own property. This morning, as I was journaling and doing my devotions, I could hear him just beyond the fence, making moose-noises. Bernice and Sadie almost turned inside out. Bernice, the fearless Yorkie, wanted to go right out there and take him on. Sadie, the Beagle, is a lover, not a fighter. She was giving little uncertain woofs. (Sadie is definitely more inclined to sing do-wah in the background than take the microphone and boogie. Discretion, she believes, is the better part of valor, and Beggin’ Strips are better still.)

Who knows what creature will show up today.

Maybe a giraffe.

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