#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Glitter-Strewn

That’s how the snow looks in this welcome and wonderful sunlight. As though someone sprinkled the whole world with silvery glitter. Gorgeous.

I was a little under the weather over the weekend–fighting off a cold. Hence, I didn’t accomplish much–I mostly vegged around in casual clothes and warm slippers. :) Not that I usually dress up–I don’t.

Sister Sally sent me an art journal, deliciously blank pages just waiting to be glued and painted and glittered–I have one page well underway and I’m very pleased with it. I took a picture and tried to upload it, so I could post it on this blog, but I ran into a snag. As soon as I figure it out–again–I’ll put it up for you to see.

Today? To work. I’ve had a serious case of the Slows lately, but since I’m so in love with Brody Creed, it shouldn’t be difficult to spend the day in Lonesome Bend, Colorado.

And that’s the news from my kitchen table.

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