#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Crazy in Cave Creek

The moving process is picking up speed. There’s a frenzy of sorting and packing going on–what to keep, what to give or throw away. There is an obvious allegory here!

One thing I’d like to throw away is what has become an almost constant litany with me. “I’m tired. I’m SO tired.” Is it any wonder that my personal energies are in flux, when I’m affirming that? Time to flip another thought-switch, gang.

Today is my youngest sister Pam’s birthday. She and Mom and I are all going out to lunch to celebrate. That will be fun! And tonight I meet with my wonderful writing group–we call ourselves the Divas of Denny’s. That will be fun, too.

So I’m going to focus on the wonderful gifts of this day.

I’m NOT tired.

Much.

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