#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Ready to Roll!

I’m all rested up, after a quiet weekend, and ready to hit the ground running in Stone Creek, Arizona.

Things I did:

I made ATCs for current trades.

I listened to “The McKettricks of Texas: Tate” on my iPod. (Yes, I really did. And I enjoyed it, a lot.)

I made a brief visit to the casino on Saturday. Suffice it to say, I’ve had better days playing slot machines. I hear they’re retiring my favorite, Cleopatra, Queen of the Nile, and I may need special therapy to get over that. (Just kidding.)

I ordered a stack of books from Amazon, including some on “Trigger Point Therapy”, touted by the author of a favorite podcast, “Cast On”. Brenda Dayne, the hostess, has serious shoulder problems, and she recommended the books. No, I don’t have shoulder pain, but I’m no spring chicken and it never hurts to know how to make some part of the anatomy stop hurting, does it? (Okay, I admit it. I’m terminally curious–about everything. It’s a Gemini thing.)

And so, off to meet up with Steven and Melissa and the rest of the Stone Creek outfit.

More tomorrow.

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