#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Eight Days of Breathing Free

I’m still slogging along, and for those of you out there cheering me on in my non-smoking campaign, thank you. I can feel the positive energy you’re sending my way.

Actually, I’m surprised at how easy it has been. No heavy duty withdrawal symptoms. No pigging out because I’m nervous. It’s a miracle, frankly, and I am one grateful cowgirl.

Still in transition here on the Triple L. Transition is always a challenge, but good things come out of it, at least in my experience, if I just ride it out. I’m still using a laptop, which is not my favorite thing. This particular model, the ToughBook, touted for being sturdy, is also cumbersome, heavy, and I have to push extra hard on the keys. I bought it thinking it would be great for travel. (Maybe if I were 6-foot-6, a body builder, and destined for the wilds of some jungle where every once in a while, a gorilla might grab it and pound it against the nearest tree a couple of times. :)) My MacAir is much lighter and much easier to use, although I need to figure out why it puts those odd little symbols into the blog.

So, pushing up my sleeves and moving ahead.

It’s all we can do, gang. Show up and put one foot in front of the other.

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