#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Still Snowed In

But the landscape is breathtakingly beautiful. A literal winter wonderland–but too deep to walk in.

The horses seem to love it–Coco dashed out of her stall this morning with her tail and her spirits high. April, who is a neatnik, was upset last night because Traveler took her stall. Believe it or not, she keeps it in a certain way. :)She is darling, and slightly prissy for a horse!

I had a pretty productive weekend, given that, or because, I was snowed in. No heading out to the casino, that’s for sure. In fact I gave the animals orders–nobody gets sick! I worked on the basic structure of an outline for a new book, read through the chapters of “Logan’s Return” I’ve written so far, and even made a dent in the mess in my art room. (This is a place you do not want to go without a whip and chair.)

The snow is higher than Bernice’s head, and about equal with Sadie’s. As former Arizona dogs, they are still a little stymied by all that white stuff. We are having a plow blade added to the farm’s ATV today.

It’s always something around here.

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