#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Gratitude: An Everyday Thing

For me, Thanksgiving rolls around 365 days a year. (OK, sometimes I have to adjust my attitude, but, hey, I’m all too human.)

I’m grateful for the obvious: God’s love, being born and raised in a free and still wonderful country, my family, friends, and beloved pets. My dear editor, Joanie, and Irene, who has had my back for so many years. My publishers–every single person at Harlequin. You rock, people! My many loyal readers–God bless you.

Then there are the LESS obvious things.

Sunlight glittering on snow.
Music spilling from my iPod into my waiting ears.
Mashed potatoes and gravy. :)
Spokane Civic Theatre
Hobby Lobby
Bookstores!
Snuggling down in a warm bed, with a beagle snoring nearby and a Yorkie cuddled against my side. (And two kitties doing their own thing at all times.)
My craft room and everything in it–including the mess.
Robin Roberts on “Good Morning, America”
“That’s Clever” on HGTV
Horses on the run just because it feels good
A new story to write.
Everybody reading this blog right now!

May you and all your loved ones be blessed.

I’ll be back on Monday.

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