#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Here It Comes…

Big storm rolling in tonight, according to the weather man.

Making a quick run to the doctor today, which is why this blog is both short and late, :) and then I’ll be battening down the hatches, as my mother says. Digging in for the duration, which is only supposed to be about 24 hours, so I’m actually looking forward to it. As long as the electricity holds out, my computer will be humming away.

Much of the country seems to be in the same situation, including Atlanta–Atlanta???–where all kinds of flights are grounded.

It makes an ole cowgirl glad to be right here at home.

Until tomorrow.

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