#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


I’m Back

Yesterday was wonderfully crazy, so I didn’t get to the blog. We’ll get back to the house analogy tomorrow, but today, I just want to update you.

Two prospective buyers came to look at Springwater Station, and that meant the place had to be spotless. I spent most of the day either sitting on the patio, trying to stay out of the way, (“Don’t mind me, I’m only the owner.”) or shuffling the dogs back and forth between here and the barn, where there is a yard to play in. Sadie has an unfortunate tendency to kiss everybody, so we didn’t think she should be in charge of meeting and greeting. (Although one of the younger visitors cried, with joy, “A beagle!”)

Last February, I entertained the Harlequin sales reps here, and they arrived in a bus. Sadie was overjoyed. So many people to get to know! I swear, for a week after that party, she went hopefully to the gate every day, looking for another bus! I always say she’s just a big heart with fur on it. One of the favorite jokes around here is that I can’t remarry, because if we ever got divorced, Sadie, who shamelessly loves men, would probably leave with him.

(A special note to my sister, Sally. My emails to you aren’t getting through. Is it my computer, or yours?)

Off to Weight Watchers today. Tuesday has been appointed Errand Day.

I will be back tomorrow, with another room in our house.

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