#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for October, 2007

The Molly/Bernadette/Sadie Report

Thank you all for your prayers.

Little Molly made it through the surgery, but there are still challenges ahead. Poor, brave little mite. I’ll keep you posted.

Bernadette is home from the hospital but still pretty knocked out. As I understand it, they are controlling the pain, which was severe.

Sadie tore a ligament in her knee. How bad the tear is remains to be seen, but it’s not life-threatening and it can be handled. She sees a surgeon on Thursday morning, and he’ll determine whether the injury will heal on its own or require a little help from him.

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Lake House Sisterly

My sisters Sally and Pam and I spent yesterday and last night here at the lake house, following the family reunion in Colville this weekend. We have had a marvelous time. We hit Walmart and Michael’s, two of our favorite places, and had dinner at the Outback. After that, Pam, the polymer clay maven, showed me how to make some cool canes. While Sally sewed–she’s not into clay, but can she sew!–I watched Pam work with an eagle eye. I did a background for a collage I’ve had in mind for a while–that’s the hard part, waiting for that paint

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“Keep your ear to the ground” referred to the practice of plainsmen listening to the ground to hear hoof beats. It became the westerner’s warning to stay alert.