#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Noah’s Ark

I hear they might have found Noah’s Ark, at long last. (That would be SO exciting.) Given how much rain we’ve been getting in Spokane this spring, we might need an ark!

I’m bundled in the prayer shawl sister Sally made for me a few years ago, and feeling very cozy and grateful in my warm kitchen.

I watched a movie on my iPod last night, after writing and supper. It was “Georgia O’Keeffe”, and I enjoyed it a lot. I was in a movie watching mood after that, on a roll you might say, so I decided to que up another film from my iTunes library. I launched “Coco Before Chanel”. (Obviously, I love stories about real people.) Well, turns out “Coco” is in French, with English subtitles. I wouldn’t mind that normally, but, well, reading subtitles on a two-inch screen? Not without a magnifying glass. :)

I still have “Crazy Heart” and “The Young Victoria” and “It’s Complicated” on DVD, so I’ll probably throw a one-woman film festival this weekend. Especially if it’s still raining.

:)

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