#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Rush, Rush, Hurry, Hurry

Yikes. Five days til Christmas. How did this happen???

:)

I spent the weekend in p.j.’s–the pleurisy kicked in again. Mom and I had to reschedule our holiday lunch–thanks for understanding, Mom.

On Friday night, I watched Debbie Macomber’s movies, back to back–“Mrs. Miracle” and “Call Me Mrs. Miracle”–and I enjoyed them so much. Well worth seeing if, like me, you are schedule challenged and missed them. (Mom finally gave me a nudge, and I was able to Tivo.) I loved “November Christmas”, as well. Any movie with Sam Elliott in it is okay by me. :)

Wendy and I both have deadlines, so we’re going to do our mother/daughter writing act while I’m visiting. We’re both determined to make a miracle. :)

In the meantime, rush, rush, hurry, hurry.
Miles to go before I sleep.

And that’s the news.

One comment to “Rush, Rush, Hurry, Hurry”

  1. Gloria Piatt
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      · June 27th, 2016 at 2:22 pm · Link

    Just was browsing and saw that June Shipplet, had died, lost my husband Dec 27, 2010, since then have tripled my reading, I have always enjoyed time-travel stories and June was the best, spent my first trip to Or, in an old bookstore, looking for her books, found them and have them as part of my special collection..just a Thank You, Linda….ps. Love your stories too



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