#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Feeling Better

But probably still contagious.  Yikes.  I was so determined to finish my Photoshop class, but I’d hate to make any of the others sick.

The weather is gloriously beautiful today.  Bernice and I will definitely get in our walks–I’ll just be moving a little more slowly than usual.  :)  I’m a great believer in fresh air and exercise being good for what ails me, so off I go.

I fully intended to write yesterday, but I just wasn’t well enough when push came to shove.  So I did the only reasonable thing–I watched the entire first season of “Downton Abbey” on my iPad, via Netflix.  I am officially addicted to that show!  Maggie Smith’s performance alone is worth the time investment and the costumes are absolutely wonderful.  The story is intelligent and makes you really care about the characters—I actually cried a couple of times, I was so moved.  If there were more TV shows like this, I’d watch something besides “Who the Bleep Did I Marry?” and “Forensic Files”–the last series on a par with D.A. was “John Adams.”

I am back to work today, but moving slowly.  :)

And that’s the kitchen table news for today.

7 comments to “Feeling Better”

  1. Lois
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      · March 6th, 2012 at 6:39 pm · Link

    Well I hope you feel better real soon. It is no fun feeling that way.



  2. Leni
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      · March 6th, 2012 at 11:51 pm · Link

    Glad to hear that you're feeling better. I'm with you about fresh air doing something for you after coming around from being under the weather.



  3. Lea and her Mustangs
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      · March 7th, 2012 at 4:25 am · Link

    Oh, I am sorry you feel bad. Fresh air and sun shine does loads for a body. I even got to ride a while today. Horse no so willing but its spring. (at least she thought so)



  4. sam
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      · March 7th, 2012 at 8:33 am · Link

    I enjoyed “Downton Abbey” as well:)
    I have just finished watching a series called “call the midwife” by Jennifer Worth(based on her book)It is set in the 1950's in east end London, telling the true life experiences of a trainee midwife.It is a good read to,if you are interested.
    Hope you feel 100% soon,takecare:)



  5. Bev Stephans
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      · March 27th, 2012 at 7:36 pm · Link

    Glad to hear you are feeling better!

    I too, loved Downton Abbey. I just finished watching season’s I & II. I can hardly wait for season III. Rumor has it that Shirley Maclaine will be in Season III as Lady Grantham’s mother. I can’t wait to see her and Maggie Smith interact!

    Speaking of interacting, did you ever see Agatha Christie’s, Evil Under The Sun? This is the Peter Ustinof version, not the David Suchet version. Dame Maggie Smith and Dame Diana Rigg go at each other in high camp. It’s a hoot to watch.



  6. PhyllisAnn Grant
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      · March 27th, 2012 at 8:02 pm · Link

    I’ve recently got a Kindle and I’m sad to report that your Vampire Series isn’t available… AND I’ve noticed that these four books aren’t listed on your website. I started reading your books almost 20 yrs ago when I was 23 thanks to my Mom introducing me to Forever and the Night. I was just wondering why they aren’t listed or available. I loved your time traveling books and Wild About Harry… I really wish you would write another one like that! I’ve got 5 of the time travel books on my Kindle and would like to add the Vampire Series!



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