#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


My Weekend at Home

I didn’t spend the whole weekend at home–I went to KHQ-TV early Saturday morning to appear on a local program. As always, it was fun. All that getting ready (not to mention getting up early) for a minute and a half of air-time :) Because I have a horror of being late for anything, let alone a TV appearance, I was up at five o’clock. My ride didn’t arrive til seven-fifteen, so that gives you an idea.

The rest of the time, I was right here. I didn’t even go to the grocery store, as I usually do on Saturdays.

I’m working on the sunflower painting. It may be coming out of the ugly phase, though I’m not sure yet. :) Lots of layers in this one, and very bright colors. Hopefully, I can get a picture up on the blog soon, but I’m so close to finishing that I may wait for the final product.

Today, I’m writing. YES. I’m a little under the weather, but I’m well enough to time travel back to 1914, where a whole slew of new characters are waiting for me.

Welcome to a new week.

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