#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


The Wearin’ of the Green

Well, it’s St. Patrick’s Day, and I’m racking my brain. Surely there is something green in my wardrobe. And shouldn’t I be planning an Irish dish for supper? Corned beef and cabbage, perhaps? Instead, I’m meeting a long-time friend at a Mexican restaurant I’ve been wanting to try out. :)

I’ve always been a rebel.

Mary Ann, the Trail Boss, is more into the celebration–she has a felt top hat, white and green, with lights around the band. It’s a comical sight.

The sunflower painting went from ugly to uglier. Obviously, it still needs work. I’ll post a picture later, with sincere apologies.

Green or no green, it’s time to get to work. In the world of the new book, it’s Christmas, not St. Patrick’s Day. I’ll dress warmly for the trip.

I’ll be on KHQ TV Saturday morning, around eight a.m., so if you’re in the Spokane viewing area, tune in.

That’s the news.

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