#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for November, 2009

My Weekend

I attended Kathy Bannon’s memorial service on Friday, in her hometown of Kettle Falls, WA. I fully expected to work on Saturday and Sunday, as I’m on a deadline and “Garrett” is flowing so well. Alas, saying good-bye to a dear friend and cousin took a lot more out of me than I expected.

On Saturday morning, I took my time with my journaling and did a few sketches. Later I visited JoAnn’s and Spokane Art Supply, which is one of my favorite haunts. When I got home, Sadie and Bernice threw a welcome party, as they do whenever I

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More on Gratitude

It just seems natural to write more on gratitude, so here’s my Thursday list:

I am thankful that:

1. The book is coming along, and I’m loving the writing process.

2. I start an online art class on January 29, and I’m so excited!

3. My editor, Joan, is an angel. She brings out the best in me.

4. Sadie and Bernice are here in the office with me, Sadie snoozing in the recliner.

5. It’s cold outside, but the sun is shining.

All simple things. All good. Try it–you can come up with at least five things to be

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