#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Thursday

I knew I was forgetting something when I headed out for Stone Creek this morning–my blog!

Mom remains in rehab, recovering from her hip replacement surgery, and Banjo is still at the vet’s, getting over a really bad eye infection. Fortunately, both of them are mending rapidly. :)

I’ve been spelling niece-in-law Sara’s name incorrectly all week–no H. She and Mike and the kids are enjoying the lake house to the max, and that delights old Aunt Lindy, of course. Today, they’re all at Silverwood, an amusement park over in Idaho. I guess it’s a sign of advancing age that I felt compelled to text Mike with a reminder about sunscreen. I mean, the man is thirty-seven and a very responsible father. Still, partially cloudy days are the worst.

It’s time to get back to Stone Creek, where the action is, but I wanted to make sure I said howdy to all my blog buddies.

You’re the best.

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