#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Reminder, etc.

First of all, the much anticipated Spokane, Washington weather report. Sunshine and clear skies. Yeehaw!!!

The big contest over at http://www.takeacowboyhome.com/ is about to close, so I hope you’ve entered for your chance to win $10,000 and/or a trip to Las Vegas, with accommodations at the lovely Paris. (This is the reminder.)

And now for the ‘etc.’! I finished “Austin” on Friday, polished on Saturday, and we’re good to go!
Talk about a YEEHAW, ladies and gentlemen. I stayed on till the buzzer went off, but it was a wild ride, writing those three McKettrick books. I guess I just threw my heart into the story and went in after it.

:)

And I’d do it again, too.

Sadie has exercise class today, and I might go out and buy a certain size knitting needles–circular. I’m trying to make this uber simple cowl–I will keep you posted. If you want to read about REAL knitting, visit my good friend Debbie Macomber’s website. :) That woman can knit a Van Gogh into the front of a sweater. Amazing.

Why the new interest in knitting? It keeps my hands busy, because even after 8 months off cigarettes, I need that. And I don’t have to be good at it. I find that soothing.

And that’s the chatter from Linda’s kitchen table.

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