#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


What a Coincidence….

My sister Sally’s exact words, after reading yesterday’s blog. Turns out that she too is a winner in the Irish Lottery. What are the chances? ??? :) Especially when we didn’t even buy a ticket. At least the Nigerians have given up trying to get me to let them transfer a fortune into my bank account, but the enlargement people are hanging in there and I see by today’s offerings that I’m entitled to Stimulus Money.

Who knew?

Enough of that silliness. Time for the riveting Spokane weather report, the probable reason why most of you tune in:

Fog. We are surrounded by fog. Living inside a cloud.

Funny. A lot of people have told me I have my head in a cloud. :) (And other places.)

Anyway, I feel right at home.
In the cloud, I mean.

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