#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Hearts and Flowers

A very happy Valentine’s Day to one and all.  Tell somebody you love them–you can’t say it too often.  :)

The book is just FLYING along–once I’ve finished blogging, I’ll be sitting down at my other computer, the one with the magic happy-lamp beside it, to take up where I left off.  This story really pulls me in–I’m feeling it very deeply, which sometimes makes me want to shy away a little.  Instead, I just crank up the Randy Travis tunes and go for it.  :)

Bernicie is getting her teeth cleaned today, so I went on the morning walk alone–she’ll be with me for this afternoon’s rounds.  The walk is my time to talk with God–and listen to Him, too–and I treasure that.  Plus, exercise helps keep the blues at bay, as does the happy-lamp.  Also, I try to be at least as nice to myself as I am to my pets.  :)

Sally and I are still texting each other in Randyese–in other words, lines from his songs.  :)  What a good time we had, whooping it up.

And I’m off to Parable.

See you tomorrow, pardners.

3 comments to “Hearts and Flowers”

  1. Nana
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      · February 14th, 2012 at 8:20 pm · Link

    If you didn't get pulled in would your stories be as good? I think emotional investment helps set the good ones apart. Know you'll keep the safe distance without becoming indifferent. And we'll keep reading. :>)Happy Valentine's Day!!



  2. Nyoka
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      · February 14th, 2012 at 9:23 pm · Link

    Happy Valentine's Day to my favorite Author! Hope your day is filled with sunshine! God bless!



  3. Ozma
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      · February 15th, 2012 at 12:38 am · Link

    °•♥HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY♥•° ♪ ♥LOVE♥ LOVE♥ LOVE♥♪♪ Conquers ALL!



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