#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


It’s Friday–again!

Where does the time go?
It’s amazing, how fast a week passes these days.
So many things going on! Planning the dog yard. Writing the new book. Making the most preliminary of plans for the dream house. A particularly challenging course at the University of Phoenix. It constantly amazes me how much I DON’T know! And my adored niece, Angie, will be visiting this weekend from Oregon. I’m really looking forward to that.
Sadie is doing very well on the diet of homemade dog food. She’s sleeker, and her eyes are brighter. Her coat shines. She’s still got a ways to go, but she’s definitely making progress. The week’s grub is simmering away in the crockpot as I write this. From the crockpot to the Cuisinart to Sadie’s tummy.
I watched the moon set this morning, over the courtyard wall. It’s full–somehow that always sneaks up on me, and I DO feel the effects of a full moon–and it was extraordinarily beautiful, huge and orange with the reflected light of the rising sun.
Oh, yes, it’s a wonderful thing to be alive, even in uncertain times.
It’s nothing new, you know. The uncertainty, I mean. But somehow, we just keep on going, don’t we? The moon follows its cycles. The sun rises in the east and sets in the west. What a marvel life is. What marvels we are.
This is the day the Lord hath made. Let us rejoice and be glad in it.

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