#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


It’s So Good to Be Back

You never really appreciate something–in my case, internet service–until you lose it!

Things are perking right along on my part of this glorious planet–I’ve got two varieties of tomatoes and a zuchinni growing in my Tomato Tree, and the pines down in the draw are glowing with the richest, shiniest green imaginable. The lavender has already had to be transplanted once; I think it plans on taking over the whole deck.

I was in bed with a minor flu yesterday–I watched “The Strange Case of Benjamin Button” on my video iPod and really enjoyed it. (I’ll watch Brad Pitt do practically anything.) It’s been a long time since I’ve liked a movie that much.

The plants are flourishing in their pots, and time allowing, I will put my dinner-plate dahlias in the flowerbed, eager to see them make a spectacle of themselves. :)

It’s all good.

I’ll be spending time with the Texas McKettricks today–and I’ll be sure to tell them you say hello. :)

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