#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


Zoom, zoom, zoom….

That’s what time seems to do these days. :) Case in point? It’s already Friday–again!

I did find a green shirt to wear yesterday, you’ll all be glad to know, so nobody pinched me, and had a lovely time with my friend, Jean Barrington, whom I’ve known since forever. She was sporting an iPod nano in a watchband, and you know me and gadgets. Mine will arrive tomorrow. :)

More writing today, and maybe a run to Hobby Lobby or Spokane Art Supply, two of my favorite locations in town.

Tomorrow, I’ll be up early to do a two-minute TV interview–I look a whole lot skinnier on radio–at KHQ. I’m quite a ham, so I know I’ll enjoy the experience.

The sunflower I’m painting has left the ugly phase for the even uglier phase, but I will not despair. Worst case scenario, I slap on a couple of coats of gesso and start over. I tried to post a picture yesterday but, for various reasons, was not successful. If I can save the thing, I’ll post an image of the finished project. If I can’t, I’ll spare you the blank white canvas.

Ah, yes, starting over. Isn’t it wonderful to have that option?

That’s the news, ladies and gentlemen. See you Monday.

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