#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


I Can Do This

That’s what I keep telling myself. I can be non-smoker AND a slender person, at the same time. Since I promised not to talk about the diet, that’s all I’m going to say for now.

Traveler is feeling a lot more chipper today, so if you’ve been worrying about that cayuse of mine, stop. :) I’m doing better, too–on my second round of antibiotics.

As I write this, I am admiring a bouquet of peonies, light and dark pink, in a black enamel vase from MacKenzie-Childs–it is a sight to see.

Because I’ve been sick so much, I’ll be playing catch up on the book this weekend, but that’s okay. It’s a lot of fun, hanging out with this new bunch of yahoos–the Creed cousins, out of Lonesome Bend, Colorado. I’m hoping to get some container gardening in, too–I want to plant more flowers, now that the tomatoes and zuchs and the herbs are in and growing.

On Tuesday, the 29th, “Austin”, the third story of the trilogy, will be out of the chute and kicking up some dust. :)

Have a good weekend, pardners. I’ll see you down the trail a ways.

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