#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


The Case of the Disappearing Blogger

I admit it. I was a blog dropout yesterday. I guess I used up all the allotted words for Monday in my writing, and then there was nothing sensible left to say.

My zinnia seeds are coming up–I’ll probably plant them this weekend. I have some iris starts to set out–one of them is already blooming.

We had wind gusts of up to 60 mph yesterday; lots of trees came down and plenty of people were without power, but we were lucky out here on the Triple L. Mary Ann covered my strawberry pot with a box for overnight, to protect it from freezing. There’s more wind expected today, though it shouldn’t be quite so severe, and overnight temperatures in the freezing range, so the strawberries will be wearing their box to bed every night, like pajamas.

I’m happy.

I’m well.

I’m grateful.

See you tomorrow.

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