#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Greetings from the Future

In this time zone, we are eight hours ahead of Pacific and five ahead of Eastern. My brother-in-law just asked Sally, via email, if she’d check out the lottery numbers and get back to him. (Insert smile here.)

Today was our last day in Prague, and we made the most of it, taking the Grand City Tour and finishing up our shopping. We spent the last hour or so trying to cram everything into our suitcases and carry-ons. My favorite purchase, I think, is a Charlie Chaplin marionette, fated to sit on one of the bookshelves in my office.

The weather was VERY cold today–I ended up buying ear-muffs AND a scarf. I’m sure I looked perfectly ridiculous, since Sally kept chuckling when she looked at me. (Insert another smile.)

We saw Prague Castle, St. Vitus (sp?) Cathedral, and the Jewish Quarter, among other places.

It is now time for dinner.

Good night from Prague.

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