#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller

Archive for September, 2010

It Can’t Be Thursday Already!

Can it? :)

Very much looking forward to this weekend’s family reunion. There will definitely be stories to tell.

I worked yesterday, and enjoyed it immensely. Bought some yellow long stemmed roses at the grocery store, just because they’re beautiful. That color! Anyway, ChaCha kitty likes them, too–to eat.

Fall. It is SO gorgeous. No wonder it’s my favorite season. Today is sunny, but so far cool, with that special crispness in the air that always makes me feel festive.

Today: more writing, possibly some art work, and Sister Sally arriving this afternoon or tonight. Sister Pam is already in town,

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The weather is lovely today–even as I write this, the Canadian Wrangler is out mowing my lawn. :) Don’t you just love the smell of fresh-cut grass?

The new office is working out very, very well. There are no distractions, even though the former dining room is in the flow. Bernice loves to hang out with me in there–she’s always happy when I light somewhere and she can keep an eye on me.

I’m writing Chapter 5 today, of “Creed’s Honor”, that is. I’m having so much fun with this book–and I can’t believe how fast it’s going.

I’m looking forward

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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.