#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2009

Sadie Report

The beagle-dog is on antibiotics, and much improved over the last 24 hours. (I’d tell you what was wrong with her, but believe me, ignorance is bliss in this case.) Suffice it to say, nothing serious and she’s on the mend. Since she’ll be ten on October 22, and is graying around the muzzle, it’s fair to say Sadie likes to spend a lot of her free time snoozing anyhow. :) She has her frisky side, though–especially if she thinks food may be involved.

I’m so thankful for Dr. Bauer and his wonderful, caring crew, for Joni Bories and the miracles

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Life is What Happens

….when you’ve made other plans. John Lennon was certainly right about that.

For instance, I planned on a full, uninterrupted day of writing today. The reality? Sadie-beagle has some kind of infection of the beagle-butt and needs to go to the vet. We’re leaving in a few minutes.

I was in an art/cooking frenzy all weekend, and I also finished reading Jennifer Niven’s marvelous, “Velva Jean Learns to Drive.” It’s been a very long time since I enjoyed a novel that much–I’ve already pre-ordered Niven’s next book, and I can hardly wait to get my hands on it. (Please don’t

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The Pony Express was in operation for only nineteen months from April 1860 through October 1861.