#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


In my life, it’s always Friday–or Monday

Where does the time go???

A week ago today, I was getting ready to fly to Oregon to visit my sister Sally and her wonderful family.  Suddenly, it was a whole week ago???  Hard to believe.

I’ve started the new book, “Big Sky River”, and while the first chapter always takes a little longer than the others, it’s moving along pretty well.

You know how I love live theatre.  Well, I’m signed up for Best of Broadway Spokane, and I’m so excited.  The first production, in October, is “Jersey Boys”.  It’s about the group the Four Seasons–LOVE their music.  (Am I dating myself? :) )  Somehow I didn’t get around to renewing my season tickets at Civic Theatre this year–maybe I’ll rotate those with the Best of Broadway productions.  I’m STILL blown away by Civic Theatre’s production of “The Buddy Holly Story.”  One of the Broadway productions is “Warhorse”–I didn’t go to the movie because I’m oversensitive to anything involving animals, but I’m going to see the play, if only to see how the heck they can pull off a stage production that features a real horse.

I’m working today, and enjoying the weather.

That’s the news from my kitchen table.  Have a great weekend!

 

2 comments to “In my life, it’s always Friday–or Monday”

  1. Ruth Butler
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      · May 11th, 2012 at 4:59 pm · Link

    Dear Linda, I agree, saw the play “Warhorse” knew I could not see the movie…most of my family did; the others did not for your same reason. Saw Jersey Boys; I will never forget one of my DJ friends in the early 80’s saying he did not like to go to concerts or live shows since the performance was not always the same as it sounded on records or tape. I love it. I miss my friends’ Broadway trips girl-bonding. We’d take in 3 or 4 shows since Wed matinees were included, eat at the fabu restaurants, each trying a different dish so we could share sampling…so midwestern. Have a great weekend.



  2. sam
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      · May 11th, 2012 at 5:08 pm · Link

    I have been to see “War Horse” at the National Theatre in London and it was brilliant! They used handspring puppets as the horses and it was amazing. The book was good too :) I can not wait to hear about your experience of the production.
    Have a good week-end :wink:



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