#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for June, 2009

Being 60

I can’t tell you much about what it’s like, since I’ve only been this age since 5:03 am. :) So far, so good, though.

The only thing I wanted for my birthday was a visit from my beloved daughter, Wendy, and she’s right here. So why was there no blog yesterday, when I had great plans to write one especially for my nephew, Jerome, who turned 10 on June 9? Because Wendy woke up violently ill yesterday morning, and she, Jeremy, Jen and I spent most of the day at Rockwood Clinic’s Urgent Care facility. Turned out she has a wicked

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Rainy Days and Mondays

Do not necessarily get me down. :) This one is mellow, cozy, a stay-inside with the story people kind of day. Despite an early morning bout of flu or something, I’m fine–just a little flimsy, is all.

My daughter Wendy is on her way for a long-anticipated visit. Wednesday is my 60th birthday, and I’m so happy she’ll be here to share it. She’s been so busy with her scriptwriting career and, of course, I’ve been writing books and traveling to promote them, and it is harder and harder to coordinate our schedules.

My plants are loving this rain. My tomatoes

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Around 1541, the present state of Texas was called Tejas, a Spanish version of the Caddo word meaning “allies.”