#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


I should be journaling….

Instead, I’m sitting at my kitchen table, with my laptop and my coffee, writing this blog. I’ve just gotten wireless service, as I mentioned, and I am much enamored with the portability of the whole thing!

We had one heck of a thunderstorm last night, and this morning, the sky is still overcast. More “monsoon” weather to come, I imagine. I’m one of those people who love a good sky-breaker of a storm, the more flash and boom, the better. There’s something elemental about it, something that gets into the blood and pulses there. Our rainy season was late in coming this year, and it’s welcome, as here in Arizona, we always need water.

My beagle, Sadie, is balking at her diet. The other night, she got into the trash somehow and filched a chicken carcass. She’d devoured the whole thing before I caught her. While she would love for all of you to get up in arms and write letters protesting the starvation of beagles everywhere, I can assure you she’s hale and hearty!

More tomorrow.

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