#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Hitch in My Get-Along

I pulled a muscle in my lower back on Saturday morning, either setting down or picking up the dogs’ water dish, I can’t remember which. Not bad enough to go to the ER, thank heaven, but it sure did cramp my style. Since I don’t have much to say today that doesn’t constitute whining and complaining (oh, woe is me), I posted a close-up shot of the sunflower I’ve been noodling with. Almost time to bite the bullet, put it up on eBay, and let the chips fall where they may. Yikes. Since my office chair is cushy and supports my back, I plan to plunk myself down in it and write my way through this rainy Monday. Don’t get me wrong, I’m grateful. There is much more in my life that’s going right, and we all have our challenges. That’s the news.

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