#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Friday Report

Sadie is in the dog house. She got hold of an old bag of Pupperoni that should have been thrown away long ago and gnawed her way into it during the night. I found the evidence this morning. :) Good chance her weight will be up today! (And all the low cupboards are going to be cleaned out.)

I had a good, productive day of writing yesterday, even having to run out for a mammogram (all clear, thank Heaven)–I was definitely in the zone. I’m still feeling a bit flu-ish but sitting at my desk isn’t all that demanding, so that’s where I’ll be.

Or on Etsy. Or Craftgawker. Or Twitter. Or Facebook.

There are certainly a lot of fun distractions in this world.

Alas, I will save those things, as well as slipping into my studio to paint, for breaks.

I promise.

No, really.

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