#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


The Dogs and Kitties Are Home!

My little carivan of family members, furry and otherwise, arrived yesterday, at midmorning, and I was out on the front lawn at the first sight of them, jumping up and down for joy. Sadie and Bernice, the dogs, are still getting used to the house, and so are Cha Cha and Jitterbug, the cats. They hid out in the laundry room at first, behind the dryer and on top of the cupboards, but have since ventured forth. All four critters joined me in my specutacular master suite last night, and we all awoke this morning to a beautiful snowfall.

My ‘trail boss’, Debbie Korrell, is here from Colorado Springs, and what a worker she is. She’s decided to paint the guest room she’s occupying–once she’s gotten everything turned on and switched over and all those things you have to do when you move. To say that Deb goes above and behond the call of duty would be an understatement. When she rides to the rescue, it’s as if the cavalry is coming over the next rise–I’d swear I heard a bugle!

Tomorrow, I should have wireless again, and I will be much more consistent with my blog, I promise.

Until then…

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