#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Possibilities

The view from my kitchen table is so bright on this lovely February morning that I had to adjust the blinds in order to see the screen of this laptop. Yesterday, at the grocery store, I happened upon a HUGE rack of seeds–various herbs, my beloved zinnias, a mix of flowers that will produce an absolute comedy of color.

It’s only February, I said to myself.

I’m leaving for Spain in a few weeks.

I can’t be planting things now.

As so often happens, Self paid no attetnion to my wise counsel. I loaded up with seed packets. I simply could not resist the flambouyant possibities of pink zinnias, and fresh Sweet Basil, and tomatoes…well, I could go on (and on) but you get the idea.

It’s all about the possibilities.

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