#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


There’s a name for this kind of day…

Two of my favorite people, one my mother and one a long-dead writer, Gladys Tabor, who wrote wonderful books about a Connecticut farm called Stillmeadow, would call a rainy day like this one a “pencil-sharpening day”. :) I love it.

For me, it will be a print-out-and-read-through-what-I’ve-written-so-far day. Picking up loose threads, weaving them in, and moving on. I love this story–“Garrett”–Book 2 in the Texas McKettricks series. It touches my heart in some very tender places.

I’m learning Twitter and Facebook. (Check Sadie out on Twitter–lindalaelmiller–she has her new blue coat on, and was VERY reluctant to go out to her trainer’s for today’s session.) YES! What’s next–YouTube??? My own audio podcast, available on iTunes? As a matter of fact, I bought the equipment for podcasting, but I haven’t learned to use it yet.

The trouble with life is that there are just too many wonderful things to see and do and learn about, aren’t there? At least, that’s my problem.

And as problems go, it’s not so bad.

Stay dry. :)

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