#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Walking on Sunshine

Feeling better every day–and I am so very grateful.

The book is nearing completion–yesterday I wrote an intense new chapter, lots of emotion in that one, and it nearly wore me out. :) After a good night’s sleep, I’m ready to roll again, though.

Nice email from my good friend Debbie Macomber this morning–her second “Mrs. Miracle” movie will be airing on Hallmark this December. I can hardly wait to see it! She was kind enough to recommend my books to someone who mentioned doing a western movie–she is a generous soul.

Mom continues to recover. She’ll be back to her usual busy life in no time, at this rate. At 81, she’s amazing.

The tomatoes growing in my container garden are starting to show up, small and green and hard, but with a promise of a delicious August. :) Good thing I like zuchinis–there are at least two ready to harvest every day. Because of the d-i-e-t, I saute them in a little cooking spray and some water. Yum.

Banjo, my spirited gelding, remains in the hospital. I’ll be almost as glad as his mama, Coco, when he comes home.

Today, Chapter 16. Some art work, mostly artist trading cards.

And that’s the news from my sun-splashed kitchen table.

Be well, be blessed, be kind.

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