#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


The Morning After

It is so restful! Once again, Christmas has come and gone, although most of us are probably still surrounded by lovely wreckage, to one degree or another.

I received excellent gifts, chosen with such love and care that I get choked up just thinking about them. A Year of Wishes candle set–a special book for compiling a memoir, journal style–a pen that records what I write and transfers it into a computer…(!!!)and many other goodies as well.

Jeremy cooked a nice turkey dinner, and we all feasted and made merry. Everyone agreed that it was nice not to have to go anywhere, although I will always remember Christmas Eve day, when we visited the Promenade, a nearby mall, and watched street performers and listened to musicians and enjoyed a fabulous lunch at a restaurant lit with millions of little colored bulbs.

We did some art work, talked, and generally relaxed. It has been heavenly.

Today, I plan to keep a very low profile.

I might even take a winter’s nap.

Be merry.

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