#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller
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None and I

Computers. They can be funny.
Recently, thinking of joining a discount club, I filled out an online form, asking for pertinent information. I entered the usual name, address, phone number, along with my great-grandmother’s lingerie size. (Just kidding, but sometimes it seems that specific!)
I soon came to the line for spouse’s name.
Dutifully, I wrote “None”.
A few minutes later, I received a very nice email in response, inviting None and I to come into the store and take a look around.
It quickly became a running joke here on the Triple L, as such things generally do.
None is actually a pretty great guy. He doesn’t hog the covers, leave his shorts on the bathroom floor, or the toilet seat up. He never gives me any backtalk or gripes about charge card bills.
Dear None. He’s my favorite kind of husband.

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