#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Leaning Toward the Light

That’s what my little zinnia sprouts are doing, in their plastic “greenhouses” on my windowsills. The strawberries will soon be out from under their cardboard pajamas–it’s still pretty cold out there. :)

When will it be time to plant?????

Not that I’m impatient or anything.

Much.

Guess I’ll just lean into the light.

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