#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Recombobulated

Just in time for the weekend, I’m recombobulating. :) As I can thank my mom for the word ‘discombobulation’, so I extend felicitations of gratitude to my sister, Sally, who emailed to ask if I was ‘recombobulated’.

Weatherwise, we’re having a rather dreary day. Rain, rain and more rain–Sadie did not want to go to her exercise session today. Yesterday was her tenth birthday, though, and she got a little extra lean hamburger as a treat, so she needs to work out. (Thank heaven she can’t talk, because I know she’d have a few remarks to make about the ironies here.) Mary Ann is out doing errands and Jen is on vacation and the Canadian Wrangler is wrangling, so it’s quiet in this house. Just Bernice and the kitties and me, for now anyway.

So, it’s off to work. My office is so cozy, I look forward to going there every morning. Maybe I’ll even light a fire.

Until Monday….

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