#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


I’m Just Sayin’…

6 pounds.  That’s all I’ll say about the D.I.E.T.  (Picture me doing the happy dance.)

Or not.  :)

It’s Friday, the beginning of a long weekend.  I’m going to be working, except for a probable dash to Hobby Lobby–like I need more art supplies, see yesterday’s blog–but there you go.  I love all that visual stimulation. 

Anyway, I’m thrilled to be working–August was a tough month, but September is off to a promising start.

Our weather is beautiful, sunny and warm, but with that faint crisp snap of fall in the air.  Fall is my favorite season–sometimes I wish it was year-around.

I just finished listening to, “The Kitchen House”, by Kathleen Grissom, and was it EVER good.  One of those books that make you want to flip right back to the first page and start all over again.  LOVED it.  Next up for a listen is, “The Language of Flowers”, by Vanessa Diffenbaugh.

Books.  What would we do without them?

Have a good weekend, and be safe.  I’ll be blogging Monday morning, though of course I can’t promise I’ll have anything sensible to say.  :)

3 comments to “I’m Just Sayin’…”

  1. sam
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      · September 3rd, 2011 at 8:36 am · Link

    Linda, you just go ahead and dance as much as you want,you deserve it! Have a good week-end. Best wishes sam



  2. Ange's Country Adventure
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      · September 5th, 2011 at 12:42 pm · Link

    Linda, for those of us that want to know about your diet, can you share some details please? Also, how's it going with your CPAP?



  3. Linda Lael Miller
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      · September 9th, 2011 at 3:24 pm · Link

    Sam, you're a sweetie. Thank you!Ange, I'm on the BistroMD diet, recommended by Dr. Phil. It's expensive so I didn't tout it on the blog. All the food is delivered to me, though, and I just have to heat and eat. So far, I've lost 10 pounds–not bad for 2 weeks.



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