#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for January, 2010

I get by with a little help from my friends…

Judging by the weather, you’d think it was spring. The sky is a soft blue, the trees in my beloved draw are spangled with sunlight. It lifts my spirits just to look out through the windows.

I just spent a few minutes on the phone with my good friend, Vicki Webster. Vicki and I have known each other for years (and years) and I cherish our relationship–and we’re trying to plan a visit. The problem is, when Vicki’s around, all I want to do is talk and laugh and play–and I need to be diligent this month. Next month, we

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Let’s Try This Again

Yesterday, I was slammed by one of those flu bugs that creep up on you when you’re not looking, and all my plans for an ordinary day went right down the tube. Along with a crowd of pets, I got back into bed and slept all day, although I did read a little (Mary Karr’s new memoir, “Lit”) and listened to a few of my fave podcasts (CraftSanity and Craftcast, both available on iTunes and at their websites.)

I’m eager to start writing the new book, darn it.

So I’m going to try again today. I feel much better but,

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The stitching across the toe of a cowboy boot is called a toe wrinkle.