#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2005

The Hurricane

I want to make it clear here that I’m not minimizing the tragic effects of this storm on real people, people who lost loved ones, as well as homes and dreams. We all need to keep praying and keep giving, because this wound belongs to all of us, and not just the victims themselves. It does seem to me, though, that there’s still a lot of complaining and arm-chair quarterbacking going on. The issue is not who did what, when. It’s what we do, right now.

The relief agencies have been pretty clear about what they need. MONEY. Once

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Best Case Scenarios

Do you worry?
I certainly do, though I must admit that in correlation to the current Crisis I Choose Not to Mention, my concerns seem pretty petty.
My dog is too fat.
What kind of grade did I get in that college class I just finished?
Will I EVER find a way to quit smoking without getting fat and going crazy in the process?
And what’s up with that character in the new book?
You get the idea.
Recently, I came across a pointer that really helps with this worrying thing. I’m not sure where I read it–I’ve got my

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