#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Tomato Report

My deck garden continues to delight me–but I must confess that my Tomato Tree doesn’t look like the ones on the infomercials. :) (Not yet, anyway.) It’s still relatively early, so the tomatoes are small, though plentiful, and those that have ripened have immediately been eaten–by me. There have been some green peppers (2) and several yellow squashes, which are delicious.

I have a special journal set aside for gardening notes–things I want to remember next year–things I’ve learned. Things that worked, things that didn’t.

My zinnias are just gorgeous–I plan to raise a lot more of them in the future. I love cut flowers, and zinnias last and last–and last.

I continue to work on “Tate”, and I’ll be heading out on my tour for “The Bridegroom” on Friday.

Busy, busy, busy!

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