#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


The Rose and the Onion

:) Yesterday, Mom, my brother Jerry and I got together for a Mother’s Day celebration lunch, at one our favorite local restaurants: the Onion. The service was cheerful and efficient, and the food was good, like always. Every mom received a beautiful long-stemmed red rose on the way out. So now you know why I gave this blog entry the above title.

Daughter Wendy was far away, but she did send me the most wonderful gift–a horseshoe necklace and a note that brought tears to this mama’s eyes: “Because I’m so lucky to be your daughter.” Have I bragged yet? Wendy is a screenwriter, and she recently sold her first movie. I’m so proud of her!

Today, it’s back to the new book, “A Creed in Stone Creek” and I’ve got to say, I’m delighted by the prospect.

And so it goes.

Make it a good Monday.

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