#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Sunshine–for the moment!

Spring weather is notoriously changeable, but I’m living in the moment. And right now, at this moment, the sun is out and the sky is blue. The strawberries seem to be thriving, and I’m hoping we can dispense with the cardboard pajamas on Mother’s Day.

Speaking of Mother’s Day–hi, Mom. :) I’ll be contacting you today to make plans. In the meantime, your card is in the mail.

To my friends in Tennessee and surrounding states, coping with the floods, my thoughts and prayers are with you. May the Good Lord hold you in the palm of His hand.

To all my friends who celebrate Cinco de Mayo–party on, and have an enchilada for me.

Here on the ‘ranch’, it will be a blessedly ordinary Wednesday. Sadie has her training session today. Bernice and the kitties and I will be staying home, while I work away, spinning stories.

Than God for ordinary days.

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