#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Winter Wonderland–Or Not :)

Short blog today–I’m really into the book and I don’t want to break my momentum.  :)

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We’ve been living in a smooth, white, sparkly world for the last few days–it’s lovely out here in the country; acres of diamonds glitter in the horse pasture and one memorable morning the fallen needles from the tall pines that stand all around us were laced with a fragile dusting of snow–an exquisite sight.  Now, there’s been a thaw and the sky is overcast again–more snow on its way.  More beauty.  (Hope I’m not snowed in before my Photoshop class tonight, though, and I MUST get to Walmart at some point.)

Photoshop.  What a challenge–but I’m determined to show up for all four classes, if I have to go by dog sled.  (Bernicie is not up to the job of pulling, but we could round up some Huskies somewhere.)  I’m not a person who learns technical processes easily, much as I love electronic gadgets and gizmos, so this effort requires some discipline.  Failing discipline, I can fall back on my streak of good old-fashioned stubborn Lael-ness.  (It’s there to be done, so do it, that’s our credo.)

And, of course, the book is there to be done, so I’m going to do it.

Stay well. 

2 comments to “Winter Wonderland–Or Not :)”

  1. Hilda
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      · February 29th, 2012 at 3:58 pm · Link

    Eek! Light snow in Seattle! Stop the Insanity! Have a good day, Linda, and happy writing!



  2. Linda Lael Miller
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      · February 29th, 2012 at 4:43 pm · Link

    Stop the insanity indeed! I remember how snow used to paralyze the Emerald City, and little wonder, with all those hills. Sitting at a stoplight on a slant, with ice under the tires, was an adventure!



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